While some doctors warn users against Apple Look at the ECG function and don't read too much, it doesn't seem like a bad idea to follow up with a doctor if you get strange readings. This is because in a report from FOX10, an Alabama woman named Anne Rowe has been associated with Apple Watch to save his life
According to the report, Rowe experienced shortness of breath while walking around her home, but because she had asthma, she considered it only part of the disease. However, when he decided to check his heart using Apple The ECG Watch feature detects that you have an irregular heartbeat.
Rowe initially wanted to read the readings, but subsequent readings were quite consistent with earlier readings, so she decided it would be a good idea to visit her doctor. He was then sent to a hospital where the hospital team revealed the same results. Rowe underwent a mitral valve replacement through open heart surgery, which helped reduce the risk of stroke. Since then it has been credited Apple Watch saving his life.
This is not the first time we have heard about Apple WatchFe EKG saves lives, and we hope this continues. Apple he is said to be working on new features for the future Apple Watch device, where a recent patent suggested that companies are exploring the idea of inserting metal oxide sensors that can detect the quality of the air around us.
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