Apple Watch watchOS 9 Atrial Fibrillation History is about to land in Hong Kong

Apple today pushed the official version of the watchOS 9 updates, bringing a number of experience improvements. Atrial fibrillation history (AFib History) is one of the latest health features of Apple's Apple Watch watch system watchOS 9. Apple announced that the feature will soon land in more than 100 countries and regions around the world.

In an Apple press release, the official said that the atrial fibrillation history feature pioneered in watchOS 9 has received multiple local licenses and approvals from health authorities around the world, and will be available in the United States, Canada, Europe, Hong Kong, Mexico, South Africa, the United Kingdom, etc. Country and region online. In addition, Atrial Fibrillation History will land in Australia later this autumn.

According to Apple, currently, the Apple Watch's ECG app and arrhythmia prompts can identify potential signs of atrial fibrillation. Atrial fibrillation can be one of the leading causes of stroke if left untreated.

Research has shown that the length of time people experience atrial fibrillation can affect a person's symptoms, overall quality of life, and risk of complications. Previously, it was difficult to track the frequency of atrial fibrillation over long periods of time or to manage life factors that could affect a person's health. According to the American Heart Association, changing variable life factors may reduce the duration of atrial fibrillation.

With the launch of watchOS 9, users diagnosed with atrial fibrillation can turn on the FDA-approved atrial fibrillation history function to obtain important information such as the estimated frequency of the heart rhythm showing signs of atrial fibrillation, allowing users to better understand their physical condition. Users will receive weekly notifications about the frequency of atrial fibrillation and can view a detailed history in the Health app, including life factors that may affect atrial fibrillation, such as sleep, alcohol intake, and exercise. This feature is available for individuals 22 years of age or older who have been diagnosed with atrial fibrillation.

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