The Apple Watch, the best home ally for your heart? This is what a new study wants to reveal, confirming that the sixth generation connected watch can detect heart failure in advance.
Apple has never hidden his ambition for the Apple Watch. That of making it a connected watch dedicated to health and a real medical tool. And studies are gradually moving in this direction, such as the one revealing that the latter could be able to detect COVID-19. But recent research also speaks its ability to reveal heart failure in advance thanks to its heart rate monitor. This study, conducted byUniversity Health Network in Canada, aims to reveal the capabilities of the Apple Watch in terms of detection over a period of three months with the use of a sixth generation model (Series 6).
A study conducted over three months which will therefore confirm whether ” remote monitoring with an Apple Watch can help identify worsening heart failure in advance “. The new oxygen sensor, coupled with its application, of the Series 6 will help researchers in this exercise. The data collected will then be compared with that of rigorous physical tests to see if the Apple Watch’s health sensors can provide an early warning. Doctor Ross of the University Health Network is rather optimistic about the capabilities of the connected watch … Still on the health side, many rumors mention a blood glucose meter for the Apple Watch Series 7, which would be great news for consumers. diabetics!