Huawei WATCH GT 2e watch tracks the blood oxygen saturation in one touch

Huawei WATCH GT 2e

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Huawei recently launched the HUAWEI WATCH GT 2e, which comes with a technology to monitor SpO2 blood saturation.

The company has always focused on the features that support health and fitness in its smart watches, so it added in its latest watch the feature of monitoring the level of oxygen saturation in the user’s blood through the SpO2 IR sensor . To run the test, all you have to do is choose this feature from the list and the test will start automatically.

The HUAWEI WATCH GT 2e is distinguished from conventional methods by enabling the user to take the test anytime and anywhere without the need for additional medical equipment. For example, if you are going for a walk or working in the office, it will be difficult to bring a measurement of the pulse rate as well as the percentage of oxygen in the blood.


In addition, the HUAWEI WATCH GT 2e has a water resistance of up to 50 meters and a battery life that lasts for two weeks, making it ideal for accompanying you on a long camping trip or while swimming in the pool, which helps you to improve your management of your health directly and accurately.


The level of oxygen saturation in the blood is not the only thing that needs to be checked regularly. To ensure our good physical performance, we also need to monitor your heart rate and stress level to maintain a healthy body and mind. The HUAWEI WATCH GT 2e features the all-new TruSeen ™ 3.5 heart rate monitoring technology developed in the company to accurately track your heart rate. While HUAWEI TruRalex technology provides the ability to monitor the pressure level of users around the clock, seven days a week, and monitor their mental health status.

It is mentioned that the saturation of oxygen in the blood ( SpO2 ) is an important health indicator to ensure the proper functioning of our physical health. It was required to measure this percentage by separate medical equipment, but with the advancement of technology today, there is a smarter way to check our level of oxygen saturation in our blood. Let's first learn more about the level of oxygen saturation in the blood.

The level of oxygen saturation in the blood, as well as blood pressure and heart rate, must be checked from the first steps that are taken when examining the patient. The level of oxygen saturation in the blood SpO2 is also known as oxygen saturation, and it represents the estimated percentage of oxygen levels in a person's bloodstream. The heart usually pumps about 5,000 milliliters of blood per minute to the tissues of an average adult, and with it comes about 1,000 milliliters of oxygen to tissues per minute. If the level of oxygen in the blood is very low, this affects the overall performance of the body. This condition is called hypoxemia and this may cause serious health problems.

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