Quick Tips for
Using Your myLUX™ Patient App
For the most part, your myLUX app works on its own and doesn’t require much from you. You can find tips below for a few things you can do to ensure your health care team receives all the information needed about your heart rhythms so they can provide you with the best care.
- Keep your mobile device powered on at all times. You can let the screen go to sleep (or fade to dark), but do not use the power button on the right side to turn off the mobile device unless you need to.
- Charge your mobile device each night using the charging cord.
- Be sure to place your mobile device within 6 feet (2 meters) of where you sleep, so it can connect to your LUX-Dx™ Insertable Cardiac Monitor (ICM)and send data to your health care team. If you can’t place the mobile devicenear where you sleep, place it within 6 feet of a spot where you spend a considerable amount of time (more than an hour) in the same spot every day.
- You do not need to bring your mobile device with you during the day, unless instructed to by your health care team.
When you see a blue screen with a checkmark icon, that means your devices are connected and your monitoring is up to date.
If you see a screen telling you there is a connection issue, that means your myLUX app can’t connect to your ICM device or to a cellular or Wi-Fi network. This is not a signal that something is wrong with your ICM. You just need to tap the button displayed with the connection message and follow the instructions on the screen until you see a screen confirming your monitoring is up to date.
When you see an exclamation point icon, that means something in the app needs your attention. Follow the instructions on the screen to address the issue.
When you see a checkmark icon, that means the task you were working on in the app was successful or your monitoring is up to date.
If you see this icon, that means you have a message from your health care team. This icon only appears on the main app screen when you have a message to view. The message will tell you if you need to contact your clinic.
Tap to close and return to the main app screen.
Tap to access the menu. Once the menu is open, tap anywhere outside of the menu to close.
Recording Your Symptoms
Your health care team will let you know if you need to record symptoms in your myLUX Patient app and which symptoms you should record. If your app doesn’t have a Record Symptoms button, that means your clinic hasn’t enabled this feature.
If you have been asked to record symptoms in your myLUX app, be sure to record them only when you’re feeling them or immediately afterward
How to Record Your Symptoms
Sending Manual Transmissions
For the most part, the LUX-Dx™ system automatically collects and sends your recorded heart rhythms to your health care team. Occasionally, your care team may also ask you to send a manual transmission, but these should only be sent when you are asked to do so by your health care team.
To Send a Manual Transmission:
- Tap the Menu icon ( ) in the upper left corner of your app screen.
- Select Manual Transmission. Follow the instructions on the screen.
NOTE: Connecting to your ICM device may take several minutes. A message will confirm when this is complete.
- Tap Done.
We made it easy to access all the information above when you’re in your myLUX app. Just tap the LEARN button at the bottom of the main app screen to see tips for using your app, FAQs and more.
If you still have questions about using your myLUX Patient app, contact
your clinic or give Boston Scientific a call at 1-866-484-3268.
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