Original topic:

Arythmia detection

(Topic created: 12-27-2022 11:52 AM)
userc73MJ9u9DZ
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I need arythmia detection and alerts. 

So it will notify me when I don't notice or when I'm sleeping. 

Previously I needed slow heart rate detection and an alert to wake me when my heart rate gets too slow in my sleep.

I spent hours with Samsung, Apple and the service providers tech. Nobody knew how to set something up that would wake me when my heart rate got too slow. 

Geek Squad finally recommended a Lively phone. Once we had Lively phones, Lively recommended a WellU pulse ox device that did wake me by alarming my phone when my heart rate got too slow.

Now we have that under control and we need to know what's going on with my arythmia.

I need auto detection with an alarm or notification of some sort.

Thanks

 

 

 

 

 

 

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likeheely
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you aren't getting anything like that with a phone or watch. they specifically can't do stuff like arythmia, it would require FDA approval, since it would then be a medical device
userc73MJ9u9DZ
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Not what I have heard

 
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bill-e
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We've been waiting for the released everywhere but the USA blood Pressure function since the Galaxy Watch 3 because of the FDA. 

What you're talking about would require something connected to your finger(s)  and running 24/7....not something that would be a consumer product. 

There are currenty medical devices that will do what you ask. 

I wore one for 30 days when we were checking my heart for arythmia.  Talk to your Dr. 

 

 
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Samsungsomething
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In the UK, the last few Apple watches do the arythmia detection. If you go into Afib, it sends you a message. It just detects abnormal pulse. 

Some of the FitBit watches do it as well, even the £50 one.

I have a Galacy Watch 4 and can't find a way to do it on that. Only the ECG function that you have to manually do periodically. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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