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iRhythm Builds Momentum Following Large Trial Of AI Approach To ECG Analysis

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Results from a study of more than 91,000 ECG records collected with iRhythm’s Zio ambulatory continuous cardiac monitoring device that demonstrates the successful application of artificial intelligence to ECGs gives the 12-year-old company confidence that it will be profitable very soon.

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