At this point we do not need the Apple Watch to continue showing us that it can save your life. There are countless occasions that Apple's watch has been crucial in detecting a heart attack or helping to help someone injured. This time we tell you the story of Skylar Joslin, a 13-year-old boy whose Apple Watch alerted in the middle of class of a heart rate of 180 beats per minute.
Skylar, seeing this alert his mother who immediately went to the institute and took him to the emergency medical service. Account Liz, Skylar's mother, who during the trip to the hospital your child exceeded 200 beats and that once in the medical center he registered up to 280. Without a doubt, the Apple Watch was the key to being able to warn of this anomaly in time and that it was possible to treat it before it supposed anything worse.
Young Skylar Joslin was diagnosed with a supraventricular tachycardia, and operated for more than 7 hours of a cardiac ablation to recover its usual cardiac rhythm.
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Today, both he and his family feel very grateful for having been able to predict what was happening, and as they tell themselves, throughout their history many friends and close companions have chosen to get an Apple watch. Skylar could, thanks to the Apple Watch, continue playing sports without having to carry cables or other instruments more than your watch.
Another story with a happy ending thanks to an early detection. The Apple Watch is impacting in a very positive way on the life of its users, either preventing sedentary lifestyle, helping to control heart disease or alerting them to be able to treat them in time, it has also helped many users to save their lives after accident thanks to the detection of falls. We cannot wait to know what the next Apple Watch will hold for the future, but they will surely continue to help take care of us.