Apple Watch saves 61-year-old's life
Apple Watch saves 61-year-old's life

Apple Watch saves 61-year-old’s life, was in extremely fragile condition

Flamingans have never suffered from hypertension, they have no heart disease either. Further investigation revealed that Flamingo has low ejection fraction and needs to undergo surgery as soon as possible.

Nowadays Gadgets are very useful and becoming an important part of our lives. But now they are not only making your life easier, but they are also saving lives. Recently, a new case has been reported in which Apple Watch saved the life of a 61-year-old.

What is this case?

R. Rajhans is a retired pharma professional by profession who uses the Apple Watch Series 5 and checks his ECG daily. In March, he decided to keep the watch with him in the wake of a sudden deterioration of health. His son Siddharth, who was studying at Harvard University, gifted him the watch. “As you are able to check the ECG function in the Apple Watch. One day at midnight, my father’s heartbeat was found to be abnormal and irregular two to three times. His condition had become very fragile,” he said.

Even after repeated investigations, when there was no change in the result, he shared it with his doctor. Although flamingans have never been suffering from hypertension, they have no heart disease either. Further investigation revealed that Flamingo has low ejection fraction and needs to undergo surgery as soon as possible.

The CEO of apple company himself shared this point

The surgery may have been delayed amid restrictions imposed due to covid-19 (COVID-19), but Flamings continued to check his ECG with his Apple Watch. After his father’s successful surgery, Siddharth informed Cook, after which the CEO tweeted and replied, “Thanks for sharing it. I was happy to know that your father was able to get medical care on time and hope that he is better than ever. Our team will be associated with you,” he said.

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