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myMerlin Mobile App

myMerlin™ mobile app communicates with your Abbott ICM to provide the information your doctor needs for an accurate diagnosis.

 

It’s time to get connected

Download the app now from the Apple App Store or Google Play before your Abbott ICM is inserted.


1. From your home screen, open the smartphone app store.


2. Tap the magnifying glass to search for the myMerlin mobile app.


3. Download the free app and watch the demo—available only in the app—before your procedure.

Important: We take data privacy seriously.
Your personal information is secure and encrypted.

Download the mobile app and watch the demo

Watch the interactive demo—available only in the app—to learn more about how to pair your device, record your symptoms or keep your heart monitor connected.

Connecting Is Simple

SyncUP remote monitoring setup and support

Remote monitoring can shorten the time it takes for your doctor to make a care decision if needed. Taking action earlier can help you stay healthier and avoid having to go to the emergency room or hospital. Now, you can get set up from the comfort of your home. Ask your clinic about Abbott’s SyncUP™ service. A SyncUP support expert will take you through the set up process and answer all your questions about the app and remote monitoring.

Six Tips to Staying Connected

DO NOT QUIT the app. Remember to relaunch the app any time your phone is restarted.

Keep your phone CLOSE to you (within
5 feet or 1.5 meters), even while sleeping.*

Keep your smartphone CONNECTED
to Wi-Fi or cellular data with a STRONG signal (signal is strong enough if you can access a website).

Turn OFF power save/battery optimization/low power features in your phone’s settings.

Keep Bluetooth® ON. That means Airplane mode must be OFF (when not flying).

ALLOW notifications from the myMerlin mobile app and turn ON app background refresh/background data usage.

References

1. Center for Devices and Radiological Health. Magnets in Cell Phones, Smart Watches May AffectImplanted Devices. U.S. Food and Drug Administration. https://www. fda.gov/radiation-emittingproducts/cell-phones/magnets-cell-phones-and-smart-watches-may-affect-pacemakers-and-otherimplanted-medical-devices. Accessed 28 May, 2021
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*Food and Drug Administration (FDA) recommends keeping cellular devices and other consumer electronic devices at least 6 inches (15 cm) away from implanted medical devices such as Jot Dx™ ICM. 1

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