Tim Cook sends an email to two miracles saved thanks to the Apple Watch – iPhon.fr

It often happens that Apple Watches play a crucial role in the survival of their owner. This is thanks to the various cutting-edge technologies capable of detecting various physical anomalies and issuing alerts on critical data. This can include, among other things low blood sugar, irregular heart rhythm or atrial fibrillation.

If the Apple Watch is the origin of such rescue operations, it is not uncommon for wonderful people to show their gratitude to the company boss. When it comes to such important facts, Tim Cook usually takes the time to respond to those concerned. The last time he did this was in November, after Texan Judith Lake was taken into custody in time thanks to a warning from his guard.

Cupertino’s CEO reiterated this twice recently. The first concerns Michael Gallegos and the second Christopher Oakley.

He will never thank his son enough for this gift

Michael Gallegos lives in Wichita, Kansas and is the victim of a heart anomaly that he did not know existed until recently, as is often the case in such stories. Chance did everything well because what made his salvation possible was the Apple Watch gave him his son.

This alerted him to a low heart rate while he was sleeping, and his son, who is one of the people who must be notified in the event of an incident, also received the warning. The two then went to the emergency room, where they learned that Michael had an undiagnosed heart condition that doctors were able to treat. Michael’s son Nick later shared the story with Tim Cook, who replied:

“Hello Nick, I’m so glad your dad saw a doctor and got the treatment he needed. Thank you for sharing his story with us. Please give him my warmest regards. Tim. Sent from my iPad Pro »

A small heart attack

Today’s second story concerns Christopher Oakley, a 60-year-old from Asheville, North Carolina. He suffered a mild heart attack, which was detected using the Apple Watch. When Oakley’s husband felt his chest on the morning of August 21, they rushed to the emergency room.

“I thought, ‘Wait a minute, wait a minute; “I have a watch that tracks my heart rate,” Christopher said. “It turned out my heart had been beating at 121-151 all night, something like that. So they took that information into account, which saved my life because two days later, two or three days later, I had a double bypass… an emergency double bypass. »

He then also contacted Apple’s CEO to share his story:

“Christopher, thank you for sharing your story with us. I’m so glad you got the treatment you needed. Kind regards, Tim. Sent from my iPhone “

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