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Samsung Galaxy watch active 2 is certified: your blood pressure will be measured soon

via:博客园     time:2020/4/22 8:00:52     readed:98

Recently, Samsung's Galaxy Watch Active 2 is certified by the Korean Food and Drug Safety Department (MFDS) to measure human blood pressure.

Galaxy Watch Active 2 is understood to work by reading the input data of the wearable heart rate sensor and comparing it with the pre-calibration values measured through the traditional cufflink-based blood pressure monitoring system.

For many people, Samsung's Galaxy watch active series smart watch is a better choice than Apple's. In particular, the galaxy watch active 2 has rich functions.

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like most fitness-centric wearable devices, it can track a large number of body parameters. Now, it can also measure people's blood pressure.

Samsung has just announced that the South Korean Food and Drug Security Department (MFDS) has approved Galaxy Watch Active 2 as a device that can measure blood pressure. this may be achieved through a new application on the phone and input the existing heart rate sensor data of the wearable device.

Before using Galaxy Watch Active 2 to measure blood pressure, there are some additional steps.

first,You need to enter at least three readings using a traditional cuff sphygmomanometer. You can also find more information about the calibration process in the attached video.

Secondly, Samsung relies on so-called

Although the Korean government has approved the use of Galaxy watch active 2 as a blood pressure monitoring tool, it will take a while for this function to be promoted in South Korea.

It may take a long time before the global launch, because the galaxy watch active 2 must be approved by national health authorities.

Samsung said the app will be open to all users in the third quarter of 2020.

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