A North Carolina woman is the latest happy user of an Apple Watch 4. The intent of the purchase was even a concern for health. Undeniably, in good time Beth Stamps did.
A nurse at home, Beth Stamps discovered her condition while she was in a patient’s home. He later told ABC News that he appeared to have “just finished a marathon.”
At that point, even the heart rate was not falling. When he stood still, his Apple Watch indicated that his heart rate was too high. In fact, the numbers hit 177bpm (beats per minute).
After calling the medical emergency, Stamps did tests for two days. A supraventricular tachycardia was eventually diagnosed. Something that, very succinctly, can be described as a rapid pulse that is constant and can become fatal.
Apple Watch 4 helped save the life of Beth Stamps
Stamps said he sometimes felt a heartbeat just like someone running. However, it was not recurrent, and the nurse was letting go. By having Apple Watch doing regular monitoring Beth Stamps eventually realized that she needed medical help.
However, at this time the North Carolina nurse is medicated to improve her condition. Above all, Apple Watch should be one of the best investments you have made in your life.
In short, Apple Watch is a reference device in the world of wearables. As an Android user is the Apple device that I feel most sorry for not being able to use. It is undoubtedly one of the great assets of the Cupertino company.