This Apple Watch wristband successfully detected abnormal heart rhythms
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Back in November 2017, Mashable spoke with Vic Gundotra, the CEO of the medical device company AliveCor, which after two years of testing had just been given the thumbs up from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to sell a heart-monitoring wristband for the Apple Watch, known as the KardiaBand.
After the KardiaBand hit the market, heart doctors at the Cleveland Clinic wanted to see how well it actually detected the most common type of abnormal heart rhythm, or arrhythmia, called AFib (short for atrial fibrillation). Read more…More about Science, Health, Apple Watch, Wearable Technology, and Science
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