Apple Watch helped detect cancer
A report from Our Detroit The news came to light where a 12-year-old girl looked at her Apple Watch and frequently warned of her abnormally high heart rate. The girl’s mother, Jessica Kitchen, said: “It’s really weird because it’s never happened before. It just keeps going.
After receiving several warnings, Jessica Kitchen thought something was wrong and took her daughter to the hospital. Imani underwent surgery to treat her appendicitis, but she wasn’t alone in her troubles.
Doctors treating her discovered an unusual problem among young adults: a neuroendocrine tumor in her appendix. After further examination, experts found that the tumor had spread to other parts of Imani’s body and she needed immediate surgery to remove the cancer from her body. Everything went well after the surgery.
She claims that without the kitchen watch, she would have rushed Miles to the hospital much later, which would have been fatal for him. She also said that the situation would have been worse if Imani had not had the watch.
This isn’t the first time the Apple Watch has saved a life. Previously, A Paralyzed mountain biker in accident uses Siri’s voice Command his Apple Watch to make rescue calls.