At least 422, 600 people in England are undiagnosed with the most common type of irregular heart rhythm, atrial fibrillation (AF), which could cause a stroke.
Together with NHS England, the Academic Health Science Network is delivering 6000 technologies including mobile ECG devices to help detect people with AF.
Distribution of these devices across Wessex is now underway.
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