December 3, 2023


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Samsung Health Monitor application with blood pressure monitoring launched for Galaxy Watch Active 2

Samsung Health Monitor application

Samsung Health Monitor application

Unfortunately, the Samsung Health Monitor application is currently only available to Galaxy Watch Active 2 gadgets owners in South Korea.

Samsung Health Monitor application,Samsung previously announced in April that its Samsung Health Monitor app for the Galaxy Watch Active2 has been certified by the South Korean Ministry of Food and Drug Safety (MFDS) so that the company can market it as software as a medical device (SaMD). Solution for measuring blood pressure. Now the app has finally been released for Galaxy Watch Active2 users in South Korea.(also read Paint Turns Walls Into Giant Touchscreens(Touch screen walls))

To monitor and measure your blood pressure, users must first take a blood pressure measurement. The measurement must then be entered into the calibration application. Once this is done, users can measure their blood pressure in motion with the smartwatch’s sensors, which analyze pulse waves.

According to Samsung, the Galaxy Watch Active2 uses calibration data and changes the level of pressure in the blood vessels to determine blood pressure. The Samsung Health Monitor application is automatically installed on the Galaxy Watch Active2 after the latest software update. The company says that electrocardiogram (ECG) tracking will also be activated on the Galaxy Watch Active2 in the third quarter of 2020.

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