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Hightech for your health

Why CheckMySelf?

How accurate is CheckMySelf?

Our app contains the FaceHeart Vitals™ (registered as FH Vitals) module and is the first video-based  solution for vital signs with FDA 510(k) clearance as a class II medical device for heart rate monitoring (K223622) on the market. The American FDA is one of the most prominent quality controllers in the world.


About the Vital Signs

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More vitals are coming soon...


CheckMySelf supports your self-management. From scientific research we know that self-management results in increased control, understanding your condition, asking the right questions to healthcare professionals and ultimately in better health and less consultations.

The Wellness score

The CheckMySelf Wellness Score is a risk score that might predict the cardiovascular risk of individuals. Knowing your risks enables and can motivate you to improve your lifestyle. The CheckMySelf Wellness Score is calculated based on vital signs measured by our technology. It is designed to be measured on a consistent basis under similar conditions so that users can monitor their numbers and trends over time.

Parameters and their ranges and risks

Normal Range
(Age 18+)
Health Issues Associated
with Abnormal Levels
Blood pressure
The pressure of circulating blood against artery walls
Systolic: < 120
Diastolic: < 80
Heart attack, heart disease, stroke, kidney disease, poor cognitive function, dementia
Heart Rate / Pulse Rate
The number of times a person’s heart beats per minute
60-100 bpm
Stroke, heart failure
Heart Rate Variability
The variance in time between heart beats
Age 20-25: 55-105
Age 60-65: 25-45
Stress, risk of cardiac events, oncoming sickness, nutrition and sleep patterns
Oxygen Saturation
The amount of oxygen-carrying hemoglobin in the blood relative to the amount of hemoglobin not carrying oxygen
95% – 100%
Heart disease, lung disease, COPD, anemia, ARDS, pneumonia, sleep apnea
Breathing Rate
The number of breaths a person takes per minute
12-20 bpm
Anxiety, fever, heart problems, respiratory conditions including, COPD, asthma, and pneumonia
Pulse Respiratory Quotient (PRQ)
Heart rate divided by respiration rate, captures the complex state of cardiorespiratory interactions
Hyperventilation, cardiorespiratory issues

Our Plans

The first month, all your scans are free of charge. If you like CheckMySelf, download the app  from the App Store or Google Play below. Choose between a monthly or annual plan

Monthly Plan



Annual Plan



*prices differ due to in app purchase policies

Our Customer Testimonials

“As General Practitioner I know that often too late diabetes is diagnosed. This app can diagnose it earlier and prevent damage.”
Elvira S.
“Wow, with this app I know better and earlier how healthy I am. It gives me peace of mind"
Jerry O.
“I will buy this for my parents. They are old and vulnerable. Knowing their vitals, they will less consult their GP.
Rosaly B.
“This is really high tech. As sporter, I now know better which vitals need my attention for improving my condition”
Henry S.

Frequently Asked Questions

The American FDA has issued a so-called 510(k) Clearance for the heart rate monitoring (basis of the measurements). A 510(k) is a premarketing submission to the FDA to demonstrate that the device to be marketed is as safe and effective, that is, substantially equivalent (SE), as a legally marketed device that is not subject to premarket approval (PMA). A 510(k) (premarket notification) to the FDA is required at least 90 days prior to marketing, unless the device is exempt from 510(k) requirements.

Yes, after a minute the measurement report is in your mailbox. If needed, you can share your measurements with  a doctor or somebody else.

Only at your own device. Nobody else can see the data, but you. 

No, it;s a personal monitoring device. Based at your gender, weight, length and age. If you see a continious negative trend, consult a professional. Professionals will always use their own devices for their diagnosis or interventions. The accuracy of CheckMySelf’s measurements is justifying to call or not to call a professional. In case, you doubt, don’t hesitate to call a professional.

Another 9 bloodtests will be added to CheckMySelf in the near future. Not being a medical device, we can make them available immediately at low costs.