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  • Anyone else get false low heart rate w PVCs and maybe some off high heart rate spikes during a hard weight effort?

  • I am getting a lot of “noise” reports. Any best practices or articles on reducing noise? Also, I use the Fourth Frontier monitor to broadcast to Peloton as well as my Garmin devices when running or riding out doors. However, the display on the external devices shows as nonexistent (probably durning noise) or much lower than what is shown when…Read More

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  • After only a few days, I’m finding my FX really useful. The ECG is very cool. While I can’t read it expertly, I can notice normal heartbeats compared to funky ones. I can see it will be really good information as I learn how my heart responds to different exercises and warm ups. As a 50-something, this could change how I exercise!

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    • That’s great to hear Lee! We would love to know any interesting insights you have. You can post them here on the Frontier Heart Forum.

  • Just did my first workout with my Frontier x. Just starting back to working out after learnimg I had Atrial flutter. Have had a successful ablation. Will the Frontier X akert you to an abnormal rhythem should it occur? Dont necessarily know how to read an ECG readout.

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    • I had AFib with atrial flutter as well and had an ablation. Don’t think this will alert you to any abnormal rythms. I can feel some extra beats when I work out and you don’t get any notification or analysis of the ECG. I’d like to know if the ECG has any real diagnostic value and if my cardiologist could use it.

    • some times it does, other times it misses it. As you get used to ECG’s you will learn to spot the “peaks” (QRS Complex) portion of the heart beat, and even when there is intereferance because you moved you can tell if the spacing is the same or you have “flutter/Afib” ie the spacing changes between one beat and another

  • Hi,

    The forum has some interesting posts, but I was wondering if there is a search facility (if there is, I don’t seem to be able to find it!). It would be useful for folks to search for common problems, issues, or observations before posting a question… 😁

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    • Hello, We will be updating this in a couple of days for mobile, meanwhile you will be able to search by accessing the forum from your web portal. The search icon is just beside ‘Community Guidelines’ on the top menu.

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