<!- placeholder 630 blocked. Reas : no sizes -><!- placeholder 629 blocked. Reas : no sizes -> The Apple Watch has a reputati for saving the life of its wearer after a 76-year-old man, Gast D'Aquino, recently told him to go to the company. hospital after being informed of an abnormally high heart rate.
<!-ezoicfl-><!- placeholder 617 blocked. Reas : no sizes -> "Aquino discovered that two of his three corary arteries were blocked, while the other ly worked at 10% of his usual capacity.
<!- placeholder 632 blocked. Reas : no sizes -> Gast D 'Aquino was at the Church in Hg Kg when he received the alert, informing him of a sudden spike in his heart rate. "I had already read these cases, so I knew that c & rsquo; Was something serious, "he said." It was a strg signal, not ambiguous. When he arrived at the hospital, D'Aquino informed the doctor that his Apple Watch had told him to enter. "I told the doctor that I do not know why m here, but my watch tells me that I have a high heart rate," he told an interviewer. He says, "Do you feel anything? "I said no, I feel good, I feel good, nothing is wrg."
<!-ezoicfl-><!- placeholder 191 blocked. Reas : no sizes -> However, when he was subjected to a battery of tests, the extent of his problems were revealed. He has since been treated for them.
<!- placeholder 192 blocked. Reas : no sizes -> "The watch vibrates and I can see the messages," he said. "I did not take it off – it's e of the things that make the watch good – it's you." He watches it all the time. "
<!- placeholder 193 blocked. Reas : no sizes -> D'Aquino even received an email from Tim Cook, saying how pleased he was to hear that D'Aquino is …