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Samsung Electronics enters into 31 countries, a “Samsung Health Monitor” app that supports blood pressure and ECG measurement
Measure and record your own blood pressure and ECG anytime, anywhere through the'Samsung Health Monitor' app
[The story of the case / Reporter Park Yeon-pa] = Samsung Electronics' health monitoring app, “Samsung Health Monitor,” will enter 31 countries around the world in February.
Accordingly, users of “Galaxy Watch 3” and “Galaxy Watch Active 2” in the corresponding country will be able to measure and record their own blood pressure and ECG anytime, anywhere through the “Samsung Health Monitor” app.
Samsung Electronics announced on the 27th that in December 2020, the'Samsung Health Monitor' app acquired CE (Conformity to European) marking, and related services can be introduced in 28 European countries, including France, Germany and the UK.
CE marking is given when a product imported into a European country complies with the regional standard conditions related to consumer health, safety, hygiene and environment and secures reliability. Separately, the “Samsung Health Monitor” app was introduced in Chile, Indonesia, and UAE, and there are a total of 31 new markets.
“Samsung Health Monitor' app was first launched in Korea in June 2020, and about 1 million people are using it,” said Yang Tae-jong, head of the health team at Samsung Electronics' wireless business. “This spread to 31 countries is the'Samsung Health Monitor' app. It is one of our efforts to provide innovative services to more people.”
To measure blood pressure and electrocardiogram using the'Samsung Health Monitor' app, users must download the'Samsung Health Monitor' app on both their smart watch ('Galaxy Watch 3'or'Galaxy Watch Active 2') and Galaxy smartphone. do. The'Samsung Health Monitor' app is automatically installed when smart watch users update their device to the latest version through the'Galaxy Wearable' app. After that, if you download the'Samsung Health Monitor' app from the Galaxy Store, the smartphone installation is also completed.
In the case of blood pressure, run the'Samsung Health Monitor' app, measure your reference blood pressure with a cuff-type sphygmomanometer, enter the result, and the smart watch compares and analyzes the measured pulse wave with the reference blood pressure. However, the reference blood pressure should be corrected every 4 weeks.
ECG can also be easily measured. Open the'Samsung Health Monitor' app, place the hand on the smart watch on a flat surface, and place the fingertip of the other hand on the upper right button of the smart watch for 30 seconds. The app analyzes the electrical signal of the heart measured by the sensor to determine whether sinus rhythm (a condition where the heart is beating regularly) and atrial fibrillation (a symptom that the heart is beating in an irregular rhythm).
The update of the'Samsung Health Monitor' app is scheduled to be carried out sequentially from February 4th for users of'Galaxy Watch 3'and'Galaxy Watch Active2'. For more information, please refer to the Samsung Electronics website.
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