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Galaxy Watch Active 2 users in South Korea can measure and track their blood pressure via Samsung Health Monitor App

From today, the Galaxy Watch Active 2 users in South Korea can measure and track their blood pressure via the Samsung Health Monitor App (via RPRNA). The company received the clearance by South Korea’s Ministry of Food and Drug Safety (MFDS) earlier this year.

“The launch of the Samsung Health Monitor app demonstrates Samsung’s dedication to providing accessible and convenient healthcare for all by integrating advanced hardware and best-in-class software technology,” said TaeJong Jay Yang, Corporate SVP and Head of Health Team, Mobile Communications Business at Samsung Electronics. “We’re delighted that Galaxy Watch Active2 users in Korea can now access the new app and receive insights to help them manage their health. We look forward to expanding the app to all future Galaxy Watch products.”

How to monitor blood pressure on the Galaxy Watch Active 2?

  • First, calibrate with a traditional cuff, then tap to “Measure” the blood pressure.
  • The Samsung Health Monitor app analyzes the relationship between the calibration value and the blood pressure change to determine the blood pressure.
  • The measurement results can be synced to the Samsung Health Monitor app on your Galaxy phone.
  • You can track your blood pressure by days, weeks, or months and can share this information with your doctor for review or consultation.

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To measure blood pressure, you must have the Samsung Health Monitor app installed on both the Galaxy Watch Active 2 and the Galaxy smartphone. The Samsung Health Monitor app is automatically installed on the Galaxy Watch Active 2 by updating the Watch Software to the latest version via the Galaxy Wearable app. The smartwatch app will then open a link, which will direct users to the smartphone app download page in the Galaxy Store app.

In addition, Electrocardiogram (ECG) tracking will also be supported on the Samsung Health Monitor app in South Korea in Q3 this year.

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