Samsung revealed that its Health Monitor application has been endorsed to be used in 28 more European countries, where users will be able to monitor their blood pressure and access the electrocardiogram functionality. UK is among the countries that receive the technology in the Galaxy Watch 3 and Watch Active 2 smartwatches.
The electrocardiogram functionality can allow the early detection of various cardiac problems such as atrial fibrillation, the root of several relevant health issues.
Heart problems continue to be the main cause of death in our country, so the arrival of the ECG to Samsung smartwatches gains special relevance.
List of countries that received ECG functionality
- Czech Republic
To make the measurement it is necessary to have the Samsung Health Monitor application installed on the smartphone and Galaxy Watch 3 or Galaxy Active 2 device.
Samsung also says that the update of the application that allows the use of the ECG will start to be available on February 4, but that it may take a few more days depending on the operator.
Samsung is committed to health features
We recently learned that Samsung’s next smartwatch can bring diabetes monitoring. The idea is to use a non-invasive technique to determine blood glucose levels.
Once again UK would benefit greatly from this type of measure, since diabetes is also one of the main causes of death in the country.
It is interesting to follow the bet of the main technologies in this health market, since it mobilizes the interest of more people in using this type of devices.
Furthermore, we are talking about serious improvements in the quality of life of users, something that is always very welcome.
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