The Apple Watch has gradually become the best-selling smartwatch. However, the truth is that in addition to the whole issue of connection facilities with respect to the iPhone, it also has a multitude of utilities with regard to health.
Now, the truth is that the person who has been able to check this section well has been Liz Turner, a 75-year-old woman who your Apple Watch was able to detect atrial fibrillation, because it had quite high pulsations with respect to the habitual thing when going out for a walk.
Apparently, the woman in question agreed to buy the watch since her grandson already had one, and apparently it was a great investment, as she has detailed NNCDFW, it seems that at the time of training he realized that it had 181 beats per minute, which is quite high compared to its average of 140 beats:
While checking the calories burned, Turner also watched his heart rate. He felt that something was not right. You don't feel your heart beating right now, do you? No. I felt my heart leap out of my chest and I noticed that I was just speeding up, "he said. "It would have gotten off my chest if I'd gone any further," he said.
For this reason, the woman decided to carry out a somewhat more exhaustive test in order to check it, since it was not quite right, so took advantage of the ECG function of his Apple Watch in order to perform a diagnosis. Thus, it seems that when they reached the doctor, Dr. Praveen Rao told them that it was not necessary to wear a heart rate monitor, since the clock was already performing the functions automatically.
In this way, right now the woman is well, but we must bear in mind that The Apple Watch has played a very important role in the life of this womanWell, it could be said that it has been saved.