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MONDAY, March 18, 2019 Someday soon, devices like the Apple Watch might be monitoring wearers for heart conditions such as potentially dangerous atrial fibrillation, a new study suggests. Atrial fibrillation, or “a-fib,” is a common form of irregular heartbeat that can lead to blood clots, stroke, heart failure and other heart problems. MONDAY, March 18, 2019 (HealthDay News) Someday soon, devices like the Apple Watch might be monitoring wearers for heart conditions such as potentially dangerous atrial fibrillation, a new study suggests. Atrial fibrillation, or ” a-fib,” is a common form of irregular heartbeat that can lead to blood clots, stroke, heart failure and other heart problems. The app can also detect slight changes that might indicate an irregular heartbeat.
If the sensor detects five out of six repeat episodes of an irregular pulse within a 48-hour period, the app sends wearers an “irregular pulse” notification, the researchers explained. The trial included more than 419,000 self-enrolled Apple Watch users. WATCH: Your Apple Watch might help spot a dangerous irregular heartbeat According to data from a large study, the Apple Watch has been able to detect irregular heart pulse rates that could signal. Apple Inc’s Heart study, the largest yet to explore the role of wearable devices in identifying potential heart problems, found the device could accurately detect atrial fibrillation, the most. Abnormal heart rhythms can cause blood clots and stroke, yet an unknown number of Americans may not even know they are at risk.
That is about to change, thanks to new technology on the Apple Watch 3 being tested in the Apple Heart Study.. To learn more, Premier Health Now talked with Mark Krebs, MD, FACC, electrophysiologist, Miami Valley Cardiologists. The watch contains a simple electrocardiogram (ECG) that tracks your heart rhythm and can detect the presence of atrial fibrillation (“A-fib”), an irregular heartbeat that increases your risk for. (Reuters) The Apple Watch was able to detect irregular heart pulse rates that could signal the need for further monitoring for a serious heart rhythm problem, according to data from a. The irregular rhythm notification feature on your Apple Watch will occasionally look at your heartbeat to check for an irregular rhythm that may be AFib.
This usually happens when you’re still to ensure a more accurate reading. Depending on how active you are, the number of readings collected each day and the time between these readings will vary. Tests done on the Apple Watch indicate the device can detect atrial fibrillation early, potentially reducing the risk of stroke.
Atrial fibrillation, a type of irregular heartbeat, is a silent.
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