“Smart” watch that does a cardiogram and measures oxygen has been certified by the EU


It is also available in Greece with EU certification

The watch is also available in the Greek market with certification from the European Union and has an electrocardiogram function offering accurate measurement of heart function, as well as blood oxygen levels.

Launched by Huawei, the app’s ECG sensor enables real-time recording of users’ sinus rhythm and atrial fibrillation. The measurement process is simple, as it is carried out by touching the button on the side of the device for 30 seconds, while the results are displayed on the watch screen immediately after the measurement. The ECG button uses a matte titanium coating, with high-fidelity electrodes that can accurately record heart function, making it possible to collect data anytime, anywhere. In addition, the smart watch’s state-of-the-art PPG sensors allow users to screen for atherosclerosis, as well as provide personalized health advice to the user on their cardiovascular health.”

As mentioned, in addition to the ECG application, the HUAWEI WATCH GT 3 Pro features the SpO2 function to monitor users’ oxygen levels, as well as the HUAWEI TruSleep™ 2.0 sleep monitoring function, a monitor that monitors stress and lifestyle.

HUAWEI WATCH GT 3 Pro also has a menstrual cycle management function. It also brings the Healthy Living Shamrock health assistant through which users can get regular reminders about health challenges, daily water intake, medication reminders, daily awareness, sleep reminder or exercise volume.

The HUAWEI Watch GT 3 Pro series can work independently, but in most cases it offers direct monitoring of the user’s actions when paired with a smartphone. Smartwatches can easily sync with any smartphone, regardless of whether the device runs on Android or iOS.

As the company states, “the product is not a medical device. The data obtained during use are for reference only, do not constitute a clinical diagnosis and do not replace a visit to the cardiologist. Also, they must not be used for medical research, diagnostic or therapeutic purposes. Users of the app should be over 18 years of age, while those diagnosed with other types of arrhythmia should consult their doctor. Users should read the detailed instructions for use.’


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