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BLOOD PRESSURE CAN MEASURE USING A REGULAR SMART WATCH

However, in order to measure blood pressure with Samsung's Galaxy Watch Active 2, users must calibrate the watch with a measuring device.
Samsung has received from the South Korean Ministry of Food and Drug Safety a release of an application that allows users to measure their blood pressure using a traditional Smartwatch. The Health Monitor app allows you to measure blood pressure in combination with the Galaxy Watch Active 2.

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For measurement, the built-in heart rate monitor on the back of the watch is used; the algorithm can accordingly convert these values. But without the correct Sphygmomanometer, Samsung’s smartwatch also does.

To measure blood pressure with the Galaxy Watch Active 2, the watch must be calibrated using a traditional meter. To do this, users must wear a watch and record their blood pressure three times using a Sphygmomanometer with a cuff. The values ​​are entered into the application and henceforth serve as a smartwatch as reference values.

SAMSUNG SMARTWATCH MUST BE RECALIBRATED EVERY MONTH
Users should then repeat this calibration once a month. Measuring blood pressure using a watch should be carried out under the same conditions as determining the resting impulse: users should not play sports or drink alcohol or smoke.

It is expected that blood pressure measurement using the Health Monitor application will be available to Galaxy Watch Active 2 users from the third quarter of 2020. In addition, all of Samsung's upcoming Smartwatches should support this feature, older models do not seem to receive blood pressure measurements. Users must also have a Samsung smartphone running at least Android 7.

RECENT TRENDS IN WEARABLE MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY

Wearable technology is perhaps the most well-known health-oriented device in the modern world.

Smart watches and other miniature electronics record and collect everything from our blood pressure and steps to calories burned and even falling detection.

Here are three notable wearable technology trends that look forward to this year and beyond.


BIOSENSORS
Biosensors are unique in that they do more than just count steps and calories . A wearable biosensor can collect temperature, respiratory rate and movement, among other things.

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From a healthcare point of view, these miniature devices can solve the problem of preventable cardiac or respiratory arrests by a huge margin. When connected to a network or the Internet, a warning can be sent whenever an abnormal reading is visible even from a remote aspect.

Biosensors can be placed on clothes, shoes, or even attached to the body with minimal discomfort.

INTEGRATION WITH OTHER INDUSTRIES
As the wearable market grows, it will become more accessible to everyone. Health professionals and insurance agencies are just some of the industries that can benefit from this widespread adaptation.

Medical monitoring devices can even reduce the likelihood of medical malpractice by providing more reliable data for doctors on whom they can base their diagnosis. Wearable technology, such as smart watches, stimulate exercise and a healthy lifestyle, which can lead to a reduction in the number of visits to hospitals and drugs.

Companies also see how wearable technology can benefit their employees. As they move towards a healthier corporate culture, companies discover that these devices reduce turnover by as much as 9 percent.