Making sure that you get help the second you have a heart attack, the Oxitone watch constantly monitors your heart rate and oxygen levels. The life-saving watch looks at your stats to make sure that nothing is wrong. If something like your heart rate is abnormal, the watch alerts you immediately so that you can seek medical attention. Since many heart attack deaths are a result of poor response times, getting advanced notifications can save lives.
Oxitone works by using optical sensors to detect your oxygen levels heart rate. The watch also comes with Bluetooth capabilities so that you can sync it with a smartphone. In addition, you can send data to a hospital or your doctor so that they know instantly if anything is wrong.
The Oxitone Watch Saves You from Heart Attacks
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