One of the main features in the Smart Watch Apple Watch Series 4 of the new is that in addition to your ability to measure your heart rate, they also come with a feature to draw the electrocardiogram to obtain more details concerning how fast should your heart.
Now we are sure that some are wondering how to enable Apple to get the approval of the food and Drug Administration FDA to include this feature in the Smart Watch Apple Watch Series 4. Well, it turns out now that the study of heart rate made by Apple with Stanford University, she helped Apple get FDA approval well-known acronym in the name of the FDA, at least according to a report by the website Quartz, which said that documents food and Drug Administration reveal that this regulatory body used the data extracted from the study of heart rate to Apple for the license of the company.
However, it should be clear that the electrocardiogram on the Smart Watch Apple Watch Series 4 is not intended to replace a doctor or work as an alternative to medical equipment advanced, but the fact of its presence on your wrist means that you can access at any time, at the very least, will help users to provide them with some basic information that they can then take them to their doctors.
It should also be noted that the electrocardiogram at the Smart Watch Apple Watch Series 4 will not be available from the outset. And still the reason behind this is unclear, but Apple expects to be ready later this year, not on launch day.
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