Is the blood pressure measured by the smart watch accurate?
Smart watches will be a life trend in the future
The global smartwatch request was valued at shipments volume of43.87 million in 2018 and it's anticipated to reach a volume of108.91 million by 2024, registering a CAGR of14.5 during the cast period 2019-2024.
IoT- driven smartwatches are a crucial trend that won't only operate as a standalone technology but interact with other IoT- bias to extensively ameliorate a stoner's quality of life.
What functions does a smart watch have?
Common smart watches include the following functions (not necessarily all functions)
- Call and SMS receiving and viewing
- Sports mode (running, swimming, table tennis, etc.)
- GPS positioning (an important function of children's watches)
- Sleep monitoring
- Blood pressure and heart rate measurement
- Menstrual period record (female watches may have this function)
- Camera, music control
- Game features
Just a simple watch that can have so many functions. It is hard not to believe how big the market share of smart watches will be in the future.
Can smart watches replace medical products?
NO!!!Smart watches cannot act as a proxy for medical equipment.
Many customers who buy our products will ask us. "Can I use the GARINEMAX smart watch to check my blood pressure? My blood pressure is high".
Smart watches do have the function of measuring blood pressure and heart rate. But the opinions cannot be used as a medical reference. At present, no chip company in the world can guarantee that their data can be 100% accurate. You can use the blood pressure and heart rate values measured by the smart watch as a reference.Smart watches have indeed brought a lot of convenience to life. It is impossible for us to carry the sphygmomanometer with us all the time, so smart watches can help us. For example, when we are working outdoors and doing long-distance running, if we find that we are unwell, we can use these functions.