We can save lives through the use of software to hardware normal rechargeable wearable computing devices to screen personal monitor.
With the advent of devices to track the fitness wearable we’ve been able to track exercise and count steps and all those things, and in general it looks like we know what we’re doing in the gym, but we can say the potential of wearable devices has not been harnessed fully.
According to a new study published by the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) it is possible to perform control processes heart attack, a proactive movement of life through any smart watch is able to measure heart rate andthe application of Cardiogram for wearable devices running Android wear Android Wear, which became the name of his Wear OS.
This study, titled “passive detection of atrial fibrillation using smart watches commercially available” based on the information in the health data provided by the application Cardiogram, in conjunction with the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF), so that was the development of a network neuron of the deep called DeepHeart able to detect atrial fibrillation, a condition responsible for 25 percent of all strokes, are often left without a diagnosis.
According to the study, such as those wearable devices capable of detecting heart rhythm is normal most common with up to 97 percent, needless to say that such discoveries point to a bright future for the use of wearable devices in medical diagnosis and treatment, so that we can save lives through the use of software to achieve, such as those devices normal to the screen of the personal monitor.
And speaking of lost numbers the study was based on data 9750 user to develop a Cardiogram, they enter 139 million heart rate and measured steps, so that the use of 129 million measure heart rate to train the network neural in order to get the raw data from the smart watches and to discover potential problems.
To verify the accuracy of the measurements of the network neurons we tested 51 patients within the University of California, San Francisco, so that the system was DeepHeart able to distinguish between a normal heart rhythm atrial fibrillation accurately 97 percent.
Although the study focused primarily on patients who have a known history of tunes, heart is not natural, but they are actually the second breakthrough medical great potential has been discovered through the use of DeepHeart, which appeared in the February document, other research shows that it may be possible to discover diabetes through the use of DeepHeart and smart watches.
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