Apple Watch is proving itself to be a useful tool for monitoring serious medical conditions.
Dr. Greg Marcus, director of Clinical Research for Cardiology at the University of California San Francisco, recently presented a study that caught my eye at the Heart Rhythm Society conference. It was designed to see if an Apple (AAPL) Watch could detect atrial fibrillation. Atrial fibrillation is
Results from Cardiogram’s mRhythm study indicate that the Apple Watch’s heart rate sensor can accurately recognize atrial fibrillation, which often has no symptoms but can lead to stroke.
Cardiogram launches study at the University of California, San Francisco, hoping to use its artificial intelligence-powered app as a screening tool for cardiac disease.
According to a study conducted through heartbeat measurement app Cardiogram and the University of California, San Francisco, the Apple Watch is 97 percent accurate in detecting the most common…
Cardiogram, the HealthKit-enabled Apple Watch app powering an ongoing University of California, San Francisco heart study, received a major update on Thursday with support for native watchOS 2 operation, a new complication, 3D Touch support for iPhone 6s and a refreshed look.