The Apple Watch has been touted as the most accurate wrist-based wearable in a new study from the Cleveland Clinic, published in JAMA Cardiology. The study was performed on 50 healthy adults, who wore an electrocardiogram (EKG), Fitbit Charge HR, Apple Watch, Mio Alpha, Basis Peak, and a chest strap for several hours. See Also:... Read more »
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AliveCor, a company specializing in medical-grade EKG (electrocardiogram) equipment for mobile devices, has announced the Kardia Band for Apple Watch. The band uses an integrated sensor to record an EKG right on your watch, letting ...
A recent study published in JAMA Cardiology tested just how accurate wearables are when it comes to monitoring heart rate.
A study published in JAMA Cardiology has compared several popular wrist-based wearables to see which one provides the most accurate heart-rate measurements.
Cleveland Clinic researchers found that no wrist device that measures heart rate was as accurate as the gold standard electrocardiogram, and some, including Fitbit, were worse than others.