Samsung officially supports the hourly blood pressure monitor application
Samsung officially supports the hourly blood pressure monitor application

After obtaining approval from the Korean Ministry of Food and Safety earlier this year, Samsung announced the launch of a health monitor in South Korea today.

"From today, Galaxy Watch Active2 South Korean users can access the Samsung Health Monitor application," the South Korean tech giant said in a statement.

Samsung made it clear that users should first perform a calibration to use the Galaxy Watch Active 2 to monitor blood pressure. You can then analyze the pulse wave every hour via the wrist sensor, thus clicking on the option "Measure blood pressure (i.e. a measured value)" anytime, anywhere. The application analyzes the relationship between titration values ​​and changes in blood pressure to determine blood pressure.

When using (Galaxy Watch Active 2) to measure blood pressure, the measurement results can be synchronized with the Samsung Health Monitor application on Samsung Galaxy phones, and users can track blood pressure by day, week or month. And share this information with the doctor for review. Or advice.

Samsung also announced plans to support the ECG feature in the Samsung Health Monitor app in South Korea in the third quarter of this year.

To measure blood pressure, users need to have the Samsung Health Monitor application installed on their watch (Galaxy Watch Active 2) and Galaxy phone.

You can update the watch software to the latest version using the Galaxy Wearable app, which the Health app automatically installs in the watch. After that, the smartwatch app opens a link on the phone that takes the user to the download page for the smartphone app via Galaxy Store.

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