Apple Watch VO2 Max notifications could help identify unknown heart conditions in some people

Apple Watches have been able to alert users of low VO2 Max ratings for years now and they can also alert the wearer when required. But researchers say that the alerts can help with the early diagnosis of heart problems beyond what was previously believed.

Researchers say that one seemingly healthy 40-year-old man received low VO2 Max notifications on his Apple Watch and was then put through a series of tests as a result. He then received a diagnosis of familial nonischemic cardiomyopathy with severely reduced left ventricular systolic function.

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