Measuring my Blood Pressure from my Galaxy Watch Active
The Galaxy Watch Active goes a step further than other smart watches with its blood pressure-checking capability using My BP Lab 2.0*. You can now monitor your blood pressure any time, anywhere and track your history straight from your watch.**My BP Lab 2.0 leverages the Watch Active's innovative optical sensor to provide you with richer, more accurate information about your health. This optical sensor is built into the device and allows you to directly measure your blood pressure using your watch.
Currently, My BP Lab 2.0 is available to Australians on the new Galaxy S10, S10+, S9, S9+, Note9 and Galaxy Watch Active devices.
Ensure that your Galaxy Watch Active is fasten securely around your wrist and you are sitting still while calibrating. If the watch is unable to correctly capture your blood pressure you will need to retry until successful.
Please Note: You will need to obtain blood pressure values a one-time initial calibration, this entails readings obtained from a blood pressure monitor that uses an upper arm cuff (brachial readings) or blood pressure responses obtained from a health center visit. If a calibration value is not available, users can still see trends in their blood pressure and track when their blood pressure is higher or lower than their typical levels.
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