Apple Watch not only saved the lives of heart patients, it also used professional performance to ease those postoperative tension and anxiety, because the disease was too sudden.
We've already reported before that Apple and Stanford are currently working on how to use Apple Watch to help with heart research. And recently, another overseas user rescued by wearing Apple Watch told the media about his story.
Kieran never thought his Apple Watch could save his life, but that was exactly what happened a few weeks ago when his heart attack was about midnight. Chilian recently shared his personal experiences with foreign media. The story of his story is amazing.
He told reporters: "Now I am a super fan of Apple Watch. "It's easy to understand.
Killian said he had just completed his 50th birthday a few months ago. He recently received a physical test and metabolic training to rule out any health problems related to his age. Spent thousands of dollars to test, the results showed that he did not have any problems.
Killian is a lawyer, so he is under a lot of work pressure, but he also has some work in the law enforcement department, so he often performs all kinds of sports and running to keep himself in good health.
He never thought one day he would have a sudden heart attack, but in fact he usually took some measures to actively prevent any possible medical problems at this age.
With the idea of preventing the disease, Keating starts sleeping three or four nights a week wearing his Apple Watch for sleep tracking. One night, his Apple Watch wakes him around 1am and warns him from a third-party application that his resting heart rate has been raised during sleep (a recent feature built into Apple, Available for all Apple Watch models). Killian has had mild dyspepsia, which may be a sign of a heart attack, but said he generally does not feel nauseated.
Apple Watch showed his heart rate suddenly dropped to around 121 at midnight, whereas the previous shot showed his average resting heart rate was 49 beats per minute. The data also showed that for the first time since resting on the Apple Watch, resting heart rates were so high that he decided to go to the emergency room just in case.
Killian said that when they waited in the emergency room, he told his wife he felt they were wasting time and money before the hospital connected him to an electrocardiogram machine.
Although the results showed that his heart rate returned to normal, he said he noticed his heart rate was still rising, and his Apple Watch "accurate" shows the changes in these data.
Subsequently, the hospital conducted a blood test that revealed a high level of enzyme that had reacted to or was occurring in human muscle. Further tests found that there were four clogged arteries inside the Kilian, requiring four stents to be inserted.
"Ten thousand dollars repeated testing, no first time to test out these blocked arteries," said Killian. He told his surgeon that the Apple Watch was the reason he went to the emergency room and that his surgeon responded well.
He said if I had been sleeping that day, I might not wake up, I will die in my sleep.
It shocked me because my grandfather died of a heart attack at the age of 55 - 13 years before Apple Watch was released. Now, this heart-testing technology can be obtained in just a few hundred dollars and can really save lives.
Reporter asked Scott? Kirian, why did he bought an apple watch. His answer is not to track health and fitness, but to improve work efficiency. Now, he says every time he watches Apple Watch, he remembers how the device saved his life.
"I used to wear good-looking Swiss watches before, and the only reason I moved to Apple Watch was that it set alarms and timers, which allowed me to concentrate on my work. But did not expect it actually saved my life, I think every man over the age of 50 should wear at least a similar Apple Watch device. & rdquo;
Killian stopped boxing after a heart attack was detected, but he bought a home exercise machine to keep his body healthy. He also purchased AliveCor's Kardia Band wristband, an FDA-certified product that can be used with Apple Watch to map medical-grade ECGs. So he can share his ECG with the doctor in seconds without going to the hospital.
The Apple Watch costs $ 199 for the Kardia Band and costs $ 99 a year for medical services, including sharing features, cloud storage, and weight and blood pressure measurements.
"After a heart attack there will be a great psychological burden, because your body strong and healthy feeling disappears overnight," Killian told reporters.
Any little bit of discomfort will be worrisome if your heart is failing, which can create a lot of anxiety. Apple Watch not only saved Scott Kirian's life, but also made him feel at ease after the heart attack.
"How do you know if you have a problem with your heart now? Whenever I feel a little disturbed, I just press a button to see the ECG display is normal. This in itself will make me feel much better. & rdquo;