Here at FabFit, we equip you with latest fitness update that benefits your health. For all cardio lovers this is a much-awaited tool. Apple is known to be the trail blazer when it comes to technology and with this move they have deftly combined fitness and technology. In November of 2017, Apple asked users of Apple Watch to participate in what they call a “Apple Heart Survey”.
We all know that Apple Watch is a line of smartwatches designed and developed to incorporate fitness tracking and other health-oriented capabilities. It became popular not just because it is a mini version of your smartphone on your wrist but also because of its health-related functions.
What is the Apple Heart Survey?
The Apple Heart Survey will be conducted by Apple in partnership with Stanford Health. The aim of the survey is to create groundbreaking efforts in the health sciences industry according to AppleInsider.
Apple Heart Survey (Image Source: The News Minute)
How does it work?
STEP 1: Health Background Check
When you tap on the Notification on your Apple Watch, the Heart Study app will open. You will then have to confirm if you’re “comfortable” speaking and writing English and whether or not you’re diagnosed with atrial flutter or fibrillation.
STEP 2: Pemissions & Updates
After confirming, Apple will then send you a number of emails containing information about HIPAA right and regulations, along with a consent document. According to Apple, any data gathered will be used for creating new and innovative product technologies.
They also stated that the survey plays a role in developing a new device. Certain Study Data gathered from the survey will be submitted to the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to get an approval.
The Apple Watch comes with a specialized heart rate sensor and an associated app that will collect important and relevant data for identifying any irregularities in your heart rhythm.
In the event any abnormality in heart activity is detected, you will receive a notification on your device, either through the Apple Watch or your iPhone. You will also receive a free consultation and an electrocardiogram peripheral from a study doctor.
Fitness Lovers Can’t Wait Anymore
Many loyal users are very excited to participate and support the said project. Fitness lovers around the world have been using this device to monitor their steps, movements, heart rate and many more.
Now, it might be the next big thing to help learn more about how it can help heart problems or how physical activity affects our heart’s health.
We already know that there are health benefits to working out but this study with Apple and Stanford Health could give a more precise view of the whole field. Thanks to the help of Apple watch’s technology of course.
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