Last month, we heard that Samsung’s irregular heartbeat notification received FDA approval, and now Samsung has announced that the Samsung Galaxy Watch will get the feature in 13 markets this summer.
This feature will add to the existing health monitoring features which include blood pressure monitoring and heart rate monitoring, you can learn more details about this new feature below.
Along with on-demand ECG tracking, the IHRN feature checks for background arrhythmias and warns the user of potential AFib activity. Along with your current blood pressure and heart rate5 Monitoring, users can gain deeper insights into cardiovascular health.
Since its launch in 2020, Samsung Health Monitor has expanded to 74 markets6 around the world. Over 15 million Galaxy Watch users have tracked their blood pressure and ECG right from their wrist, and gained a better picture of their heart health by continuously monitoring and recording their blood pressure and heart rhythms.
“Cardiovascular disease remains one of the leading causes of death worldwide, and we are committed to enabling our users to stay up-to-date with their heart health by providing monitoring tools, including blood pressure measurement and arrhythmia notification,” said Hoon Pak. , Vice President and Head of the Digital Health Team, MX Business at Samsung Electronics. “We are constantly exploring new ways to help Galaxy Watch users effortlessly gain deeper insights into their health and wellness, day and night.”
Samsung said the feature is coming to the Samsung Galaxy Watch in the USA, Korea, Argentina, Azerbaijan, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Georgia, Guatemala, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Panama, and the UAE this summer, you can find out more details on Samsung’s website.
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