Zainul Charbiwala rapidly shuffles through papers in his conference room on a Monday afternoon. The chief technology officer of Tricog Health Services Pvt. Ltd—one of the biggest Indian startups offering electrocardiogram, or ECG, services—has back-to-back meetings. Time is in short supply.
He glances every now and then at his Apple Watch—an action not without a tinge of irony for the co-founder of a portable-ECG company.
The latest model of the smartwatch has made waves around the world for a very specific feature: an ECG app that can monitor your heart rate and detect irregular rhythms.