To log an AFib episodes, click on the + in the menu bar and select Log AFib Episode.
The first step is to tell us when you episode started, you can select I don't know if you don't remember the start time. Also note that this time can be approximate.
The next step is to enter your heart rate or pulse. If you need some assistance calculating the beats per minute, select the Start Timer.
The timer will give you a few seconds to find your pulse and then give you a 10 second count down.
Enter the number of beats you counted in the 10 second period and Pattern will calculate your beats per minute.
A task will then appear on your home screen. When/If you episode ends, you can simply click on the task to complete your episode tracking.
To complete your episode, provide an approximate end time or select I don't know.
Finally, complete a short survey to indicate the primary trigger of the episode (if any).
This will complete your episode and add it to your home screen.
To view more details about your AFib episodes, from the History screen, select the AFib Episodes card.
The AFib Episodes card will show you how many episodes that you have logged in the last 7 days, the number of hours you were in AFib according to your logged episodes (not this does not include the hours logged in your daily check in) and you average heart rate over the last 7 days.
Tap on the card to see a more detailed history of your AFib episodes.