With this, only 12% survive: Apple Watch saved a person with a heart attack

With this, only 12% survive: Apple Watch saved a person with a heart attack

From Michigan, there was a story about how the Apple Watch smartwatch warned a woman about a heart attack, in which, according to statistics, only 12% survive.

This type of heart attack, which affects the so-called widow’s artery, is 88% fatal unless it occurs in a hospital. Diane Feenstra said it happened on April 22nd.

On that day, the clock recorded a pulse of 169 beats per minute, although I only climbed 12 steps. So I called my husband at work and told him about it. He immediately told to call the doctor.

Dayan Finstra

At the hospital, the ECG revealed that she had recently had a heart attack and had a complete blockage of the widow’s artery, but she did not know about it. Unlike men who experience severe chest pains, women have different symptoms. Diane Finstra felt pain that went down her left arm, she had a slight swelling in her left foot, as well as indigestion. She believed that the pain in her arm was due to the fact that she was recently vacuuming.

Interestingly, Diane first bought an Apple Watch for her husband Gary, who gave her the same watch that she initially didn’t want to wear.

With this, only 12% survive: Apple Watch saved a person with a heart attack

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