Wearable electronic devices gradually cover all aspects of people's daily life. One of the advantages of wearable devices is that they can record the health indicators of users in real time, and also provide new tools for the long-term management of chronic diseases, providing users with more complete information. Health information.
After all, in many cases, people do not have access to medical contacts and professional testing immediately after the onset of symptoms. The information recorded by the wearable device at the onset of symptoms has reference value for doctors to diagnose diseases.
For example, most patients with arrhythmias (such as atrial fibrillation, atrial flutter, premature beats, supraventricular tachycardia, etc.) only have intermittent attacks in the early stage, and patients feel transient palpitation or even no symptoms at all. Conventional 24-hour ECG may not be able to Capture arrhythmia.
However, by reviewing the continuous real-time monitoring information provided by wearable devices, doctors can assess the relationship between patients' complaints of discomfort and abnormal heart rate and guide the development of individualized treatment plans.