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Man's life is preserved by Apple Watch



According to KIRO-TV in Seattle (via Apple Insider), the Apple Watch Series 4 came back to help its owner. This unnamed person was previously diagnosed with AFib, and his heart beat normally. As a result, it was dropped from blood thinners. Dr. Phil Massey, a cardiologist with Pacific Medical Centers in Seattle, said the man had entered the office with the Apple Watch Series 4 and showed the doctor the results of the ECG he had taken recently with the device. Dr. Massey said he agreed with the hour that the AFIB of the man had returned, and he sent the patient back to the blood thinners. The cardiologist said Apple Watch could be attributed to life's life. "… we have it more blood-soaking to prevent stroke, so it's a big deal," he said. optimism for the future. He said, "I hope that other heart rhythm problems can be found in the future outside of the doctor's office, and that's exciting." ECG monitor. Last month, we told you that Verily Study, research-only and prescription-only research, has recently been approved by the FDA for its ECG function. That's a big deal because Verily is owned by Google's parental alphabet. It would not be very difficult to believe that Google will carry the monitor for its own clock.

Apple's GPS Watch Series 4 starts at $ 399 in Apple. The GPS + Cellular is priced at $ 499 and up.

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