Apple Watch ECG app may detect coronary ischemia

Apple Watch ECG app may detect coronary ischemia

Exploring the use of stem cells for COVID-19 disease Based on these recordings the patient underwent an immediate heart catherization, which revealed a severe coronary artery disease such as a main stem stenosis and a bifurcation lesion involving the left anterior descending artery. The mainstem stenosis and the bifurcation lesion were treated successfully with ballooning the arteries and subsequent stent implantation. The patient was discharged symptom-free and in good conditions two days later. The cardiologists Drexler and Münzel conclude: " As many experts and patients as possible worldwide should know that the Apple Watch ECG app can be used to diagnose cardiac arrhythmias and it may also be able to detect coronary ischemia. When used appropriately, the digital diagnostic aids may prevent myocardial infarctions and save many lives - as in the case of the 80-year-old patient from Mainz. One could say it like this: An Apple a day may keep myocardial infarction away ." Source: University Medical Center Mainz Journal reference: Drexler, M., et al. (2020) Apple Watch detecting coronary ischaemia during chest pain episodes or an apple a day may keep myocardial infarction away. European Heart Journal . doi.org/10.1093/eurheartj/ehaa290 .



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