Apple launches the EKG smart watch app
Apple launches the EKG smart watch app

Apple has announced that the Smartwatches Heart Rate (Apple Watch Series 4) and Apple Watch Series 4 or higher will be available in the following software updates for iOS 13.5 and watchOS 6.2.5.

The company added that this feature is the first product that directly targets consumers, and that customers can obtain an electrocardiogram directly from their wrists because it can record the heart rate for symptoms such as heart rate. Quickly or irregularly and helps give the doctor important information. Apple Watch Series 1 or higher tachycardia notification periodically monitors heart rate in the background. If an irregular heartbeat is displayed indicating atrial fibrillation, a notification is sent. As part of the MDMA accreditation process, the ECG application and the Tachycardia Notice feature have been approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) as a Class IIa approved medical device.

The ECG app and tachycardia notification feature helps users to identify the most common signs of atrial fibrillation from tachycardia. One of the leading causes of stroke and the second leading cause of death worldwide is auto focus, which is neglected and untreated.

Jeff (Jeff Williams) - Apple CEO: "(Apple Watch) has helped many people around the world and we feel humbled that this has become an important part of our customers' lives. Apple Watch has taken an important step to give people more information about their health."

"We believe these features can help users take advantage of this knowledge when talking to doctors," said Sunbul Desai, doctor and vice president of Apple Health. By using the ECG and tachycardia notification functions, customers can better understand all aspects of heart health. ""

New crown electrodes and digital crystals work on the back of Apple Watch Series 4 and later versions with ECG applications, allowing customers to register ECGs similar to one-way measurements. To register an ECG at any time or after receiving a tachycardia notification, the user must open a new ECG app on Apple Watch Series 4 and later, and then place his finger on the digital crown.

When the user touches the digital crown, the circuit is completed and the electrical heart signal is measured. After 30 seconds, the heart rate is classified as a sign of atrial fibrillation or sinus rhythm, as a decrease or increase in heart rate, or as a vague result. All records and related rankings are stored in the MyHealth app as well as all visible symptoms are securely stored on iPhone. Users can share results PDFs with doctors.


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