With these new features, Samsung intends to anticipate the ailments its users may suffer from by providing a wealth of medical information to healthcare providers.
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Nowadays, smartwatches have become an essential element for a large number of users, even surpassing the importance of mobile devices.
With a smartwatch like the Galaxy Watch 5 or 6, we can not only remotely manage devices linked to our Samsung account through SmartThings, but also monitor our exercise and keep track of our health, as is well known.
The Galaxy Watch is set to be a highly accurate and non-invasive tool
However, it seems that the Koreans want to go a step further, turning the Galaxy Watch into not only a tool for measuring health metrics but also a tool capable of providing medical services with increasingly precise real-time information and the ability to anticipate health issues or incidents.
In a recent press release issued on Samsung Newsroom, the company with three stars has outlined a series of possibilities that it hopes to cover in the not-too-distant future.
For example, thanks to the Biofourmis platform and its monitoring, it will be possible to anticipate cases of hyperkalemia in patients with chronic kidney problems based on the measurement history. Another example is the implementation of AI in sensors like the ECG, which will allow more precise control of arrhythmias and abnormal heart conditions.
This doesn’t stop here; the Galaxy Watch will also be a useful tool for women who want to track their menstrual cycle or measure fertility windows, thanks to the Oova platform.
Obviously, these advances will not be uniform and will depend on the approval of different health authorities, but Samsung undoubtedly wants to establish proper health monitoring for its users in a simple way, thanks to an everyday item that can still offer more: The Galaxy Watch.
Note: This content has been translated with an artificial intelligence tool, so the translation may be slightly inaccurate. The original version written by our editor is the Spanish version.