World Heart Day: Huawei wearables help you detect heart problems early


Every year on September 29, World Heart Day is celebrated with the aim of drawing attention to cardiovascular diseases, their management and their impact on society. According to statistics from the World Health Organization, approximately 17.9 million people die each year from cardiovascular disease. This accounts for 31% of deaths worldwide.

In a society where the fast pace of life prevails, maintaining a healthy and regular daily routine is not an easy task, and how to take good care of your heart during days full of obligations is a real problem for many. Even the most basic tests often prove difficult – reading a simple electrocardiogram (ECG) still requires a visit to the doctor, or at least to the local pharmacy.

Heart health deserves more attention, from young to old. Huawei believes in using technology to benefit consumers and help them take care of their health. Recently, the EKG application received CE certification for medical devices for its electrocardiogram (ECG) analysis capabilities. Users can thus take advantage of the benefits of the watch Huawei Watch GT 3 Pro with an EKG feature to know when to go for a health checkup – a very valuable feature for those who want to take action on their own health management.

Since Huawei’s mission is to bring digital to all people, they always strive for the most useful solutions on their devices.

Collaborative heart health research with top global institutions

In 2018, Huawei partnered with the world’s top institution, 301 Hospital, to conduct a heart health study where they explored mobile health solutions for atrial fibrillation. Their use has been validated in surveillance and inspection scenarios in combination with Huawei wearables.

The results, published earlier this year, show the important role that wearable technologies can play in the early treatment of heart disease. Mobile health solutions, together with Huawei wearable devices, are increasingly being used to examine and monitor atrial fibrillation.

Long-term hypertension, abnormal fluctuations in blood pressure and pulse pressure above 60 mmHg increase the risk of atrial fibrillation. Devices such as the Huawei Watch GT 3 Pro with ECG function have been found to be a useful insight solution for high-risk patients, while devices with real-time heart rate monitoring (PPG) provide benefits in monitoring cardiac health for general population, as it helps users detect the occurrence of cardiovascular diseases.

ECG data obtained from Huawei’s wearable devices can help patients eliminate the risk of breathing disorders or obstructive sleep apnea caused by hypertension and arrhythmia and develop good exercise habits.

ECG measurements with a certified application on the Huawei Watch GT 3 Pro

Huawei Watch GT 3 Pro brings users a fashionable and sophisticated choice in a new interface design, premium materials, ultra-clear large screen, and a variety of watch face colors and styles, all created with imagination and premium materials.

The ECG app in this smartwatch accurately records data and puts into practice the result of Huawei’s research in the field of chronic diseases. Compared to the previous generation, the accuracy of ECG measurement has been comprehensively improved, and the area of ​​buttons has been further reduced. Huawei Watch GT 3 Pro supports ECG data collection, which can provide accurate measurements, real-time analysis, sinus rhythm and timely reminders for users.

In addition, the Huawei Watch GT 3 Pro also offers comprehensive monitoring of your own health by monitoring heart rate, blood oxygen level, sleep quality, respiratory health and blood pressure, which helps monitor changes in your body. With the Zdravje application, you can synchronize exercise and health monitoring data on your phone in real time, and thus pay even more attention to your health and the health of your family.


Source: Računalništvo in telefonija – Računalniške novice by racunalniske-novice.com.

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