By Alan Mozes

HealthDay Reporter

WEDNESDAY, May 6, 2020 (HealthDay News) — The newest addition to health care haute couture may be a necklace outfitted with a pendant that individuals can use to monitor on their own for indications of an irregular heart rhythm affliction identified as atrial fibrillation.

Fashioned by a crew of Finnish scientists, the pendant properties a portable electrocardiogram (EKG) intended to transmit heart readings to a cellphone application and ultimately to a cloud-based server. As soon as there, the facts is fed into an synthetic intelligence (AI) algorithm.

“The EKG measurement is really uncomplicated to do,”