According to KIRO-TV in Seattle (through Apple Insider), the Apple 4 Watch Series came again to assist its owner. This unnamed man had been diagnosed with AFib, and his heart was usually tired. As a result, he was pulled off by bloodfighters. Dr Phil Massey, a cardiologist with Pacific Pacific Medical Centers in Seattle, said the man had come into the office with the Apple Watch 4 Series, and the Doctor showed ECG results that he recently took with & # 39; r device. Dr Massey said he had agreed with the timetable that AFib returned to the man, and the patient started back on blood dealers. The cardiologist said that Apple Watch could be credited to save the man's life. "… we had blood teeth to stop a stroke, so that's a big deal," he said.
Testing directly how to own a smartwatch can make a difference between life and death, the Doctor is optimistic about the future. He said, "I'm hopeful that future heart rhythm problems can be found in the future outside the doctor's office and that's exciting."
If Google reveals its amazing Pixel Watch this year, it could also include an ECG monitor. Last month, we told you that the Verily Study Watch, which was used for research and only available through prescription, had recently received FDA approval for its ECG feature. That's a big deal because Verily owns the Google alphabet. There would be little to believe that Google would be feeding the monitor for its own timetable.
The GPS version of the Apple Watch 4 Series starts at $ 399 in Apple. The GPS + Cellular model price is $ 499 and up.