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MyCareLink Heart Mobile App

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Medtronic heart devices enabled with BlueSync™ technology can communicate directly with the MyCareLink Heart™ mobile app on your smartphone or tablet. The MyCareLink Heart mobile app enables you to stay connected to your clinic providing you peace of mind and freedom so you can continue to live your life — uninterrupted.

Stay Connected to Your Physician

  • Send heart device data to your clinic using your own mobile device.
  • Your physician may receive notifications of clinically important events as recorded by your heart device.

For successful transmissions, Wi-Fi or data access is required.

See Your Heart and Device Information

  • View your physical activity and answers to top questions about living with a heart device.
  • Track your symptoms, weight, heart rate, and blood pressure.

Convenience from Anywhere

With Medtronic app-connected heart devices, you can securely access information about your device and heart health via an app on your smartphone or tablet, wherever you go. Visit medtronic.com/followyourheart to learn more.

Please keep your mobile device and software current to stay connected to your clinic.

Download the MyCareLinkHeart Mobile App

Additional MyCareLink Heart Resources

pdf MyCareLink Heart Patient Guide for Pacemakers and Defibrillators (.pdf)

Learn more about the MyCareLink Heart mobile app for pacemakers and defibrillators.

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pdf MyCareLink Heart Patient Guide for LINQ II™ ICM (.pdf)

Learn more about the MyCareLink Heart mobile app for LINQ II insertable cardiac monitors.

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Getting Started with the App

Pacemakers and Defibrillators

Getting started with the MyCareLink Heart mobile app for pacemakers and defibrillators.

View the Getting Started with MyCareLink Heart Transcript — English
View the Getting Started with MyCareLink Heart Transcript — Spanish

See how the app keeps your pacemaker or defibrillator connected to your clinic — wherever you go!
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LINQ II Insertable Cardiac Monitor

Getting started with the MyCareLink Heart mobile app for LINQ II.

View the MyCareLink Heart for LINQ II Transcript — English
View the MyCareLink Heart for LINQ II Transcript — Spanish

See how the app keeps your LINQ II insertable cardiac monitor connected to your clinic — wherever you go!
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For successful transmissions, Wi-Fi or data access is required.

MyCareLink Relay Home Communicator

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The MyCareLink Relay™ home communicator automatically sends data from your heart device directly to your clinic using Wi-Fi or cellular data. MyCareLink Relay home communicator is compatible with Bluetooth®-enabled devices.

Learn about MyCareLink Relay

MyCareLink Smart Patient Monitor

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The industry's first app-based monitor that uses your smartphone or tablet to send heart device information to your clinic.

Find Out More about MyCareLink Smart

MyCareLink Patient Monitor

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The MyCareLink monitor is light and compact, designed to fit in your bag or on your bedside table. It's a  convenient way to send heart device information to your clinic from almost anywhere in the world — as long as there's a cell signal.

Read about MyCareLink Monitor

These products are not a substitute for appropriate medical attention in the event of an emergency. Use of these products is subject to internet connectivity and access, and service availability. The monitor must be on and in range of the implanted device to receive CareAlert notifications.

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Information on this site should not be used as a substitute for talking with your doctor. Always talk with your doctor about diagnosis and treatment information.