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how does a wireless heart rate monitor work well?

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Dr. Stephen Carstensen
37 years experience Dentistry
Like your phone: Blue tooth is a wonderful thing. Electrical pulses that trigger your heart function are easy to detect and send to a wireless monitor. Units these days are accurate and reliable.
Answered on Apr 6, 2019
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