Heart rate monitors and electrocardiogram (ECG) sensors have taken off in recent years, with most new smartwatches equipped with both. The added tracking feature lets you track your heart rhythm and electrical activity, making them an excellent tool for tracking your health and fitness data. New smartwatches and fitness trackers can help you better understand your workouts and enable you to track your progress.
The technology is designed to help people keep a close eye on their heart health and is used to help identify atrial fibrillation (Afib), a serious condition that is a leading cause of stroke.
How do ECG smartwatches work?
Most watches have a built-in ECG sensor, that can take a spot reading of your heart rate rhythm.
You launch the app and then place your finger on a specific part of the watch (usually the case or crown) during testing.
Veekoon recently introduced a new feature that continuously monitors heart rate rhythms and can look for atrial fibrillation using PPG sensors. Based on this, the company changed HRV to 24-hour automatic monitoring. Another breakthrough in technology.
While this has advantages over ECG watches in detecting atrial fibrillation, ECG smartwatches have the advantage of being able to derive heart rate rhythm charts.
The VEE is the company's focus health watch, which is equipped with a range of new sensors, including an electrocardiogram.
You can perform an ECG spot test using the app on your watch. When you open the app, you can perform an EKG by touching the aluminum case with your finger and following the instructions on the watch.
The watch will also be used with a mobile APP. The H Band APP analyzes ECG data so you can see your heart health at a glance. You can also monitor the ECG directly in the APP. All operations are very convenient.
PPG sensors also continuously scan for abnormal rhythms, including high and low heart rates. This means it can alert you to possible problems without having to do a manual scan, and if you have a certain condition, you can get a better understanding of potential triggers.