Apple Watch To Be Used To Study Patients With Knee & Hip Replacements

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Apple Watch To Be Used To Study Patients With Knee & Hip Replacements

Apple had previously conducted a clinical study with the Apple Watch on how it might be able to better detect and analyze the wearer’s heart rate. We had also heard that they are planning on donating Apple Watches to a study on binge eating, and it looks like Apple is nowhere close to slowing down.

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Apple Watch is thriving as an approachable health tracking solution, especially for heart-related issues thanks to heart rate alerts and the upcoming ECG feature. Now the Apple Watch has a new app for helping patients track their journey before and after undergoing knee or hip replacement, and there’s a major clinical study behind it.

Apple Watch to be used in study to help determine why some getting knee or hip replacements mend faster

Apple Watch to be used in study to help determine why some getting knee or hip replacements mend faster

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Over 1 million people in the U.S. have knee and hip replacements each year. To help them prepare for the operation and mend faster, Apple and medical device firm Zimmer Biomet announced a partnership today that includes the release of a new app. The firms will run a study that will use health-tracking information sourced from the Apple Watch. The data will be used by healthcare professionals to determine why some patients recover faster from these surgeries than others.

Apple To Donate Apple Watches For Binge Eating Study

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We know that Apple had previously used the Apple Watch in a study with Stanford to determine if the device was good enough to track your heart rate and rhythm. It seems that the study helped them come up with new features for the Apple Watch and improve on existing ones. Now it seems that the company could be interested in tackling another health aspect: binge eating.

Apple donates 1,000 watches for eating disorder study

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Apple to donate 1000 Apple Watches to aid binge eating study

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Together with a separate logging app, the Apple Watches will be used to look for biological changes during episodes of uncontrollable eating. Apple Watch and iPhone app for binge eating study. Apple is donating 1,000 Apple Watches to a new research ...

Hip and knee surgeons to use Apple Watch to monitor patients

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Up to 10,000 Americans due to have hip or knee replacements will be able to funnel basic health data directly from their Apple Watches to their surgeons under a new app being tested by prosthetic limb specialist Zimmer Biomet. Four hospitals and more than a dozen other medical facilities in states including Massachusetts, California, Colorado and Michigan will receive stats including heart rate, steps taken and standing hours from patients waiting for or recovering from hip and knee replacement surgery

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Apple Watch Key in Hip Replacement Recovery Study

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The iPhone giant is donating 1,000 of its Apple Watches to a study that is aiming to find out whether binge eating is due to biological or behavioral causes, reports CNBC. Apple itself won’t be conducting the study or analyzing the data from it, but the researchers think the company’s tech could be vital in advancing understanding of binge eating and other disorders.

Apple Donates Apple Watches to Binge Eating Study

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Apple is donating a thousand Apple Watches to a binge eating study. The University of North Carolina’s medical school will start this study.