OLATHE, Kan. – Cardiogram’s heart health app is now compatible with all Garmin wearables featuring the optical heart rate function. “By directly integrating through the Garmin Health API, Cardiogram has access to the wide array of advanced metrics these devices generate,” said Johnson Hsieh, co-founder of Cardiogram, in a statement. The Cardiogram app provides advanced insights based on data from wearable devices, helping users better understand how activity and sleep affect their overall health. Partnering with the Department of Cardiology at the University of California, San Francisco, Cardiogram has combined data from optical heart rate sensors and DeepHeart, an artificial intelligence-based algorithm developed by Cardiogram, to detect major health conditions. Through multiple studies, DeepHeart has so far demonstrated the ability to detect four medical conditions: atrial fibrillation, sleep apnea, hypertension and diabetes. “Combining the high-quality sensor data of Garmin devices with the powerful capabilities of Cardiogram DeepHeart will provide our customers with meaningful health insights that can improve their everyday life and opportunities to reduce their health care costs,” said Travis Johnson, global project lead, Garmin Health, in a statement.
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