When our researchers surveyed patient and physician perceptions of telemedicine in electrophysiology about a year ago, they had no idea how pertinent their findings would prove in the COVID-19 era.
As Cole Eye Institute resumes regular appointments after the COVID-19 shutdown, virtual visits, hybrid visits and expedited appointments will protect patients and caregivers.
An app-based platform for long-term follow-up of cardiac pacemaker patients yields higher rates of successful data transmission than traditional remote monitoring methods, finds the BlueSync Field Evaluation.
An off-site central monitoring unit allows 24/7 cardiac telemetry monitoring of over 1,000 non-critically ill hospital patients at a time. The unit’s director explains how it’s reducing alarm fatigue and allowing faster intervention for decompensating patients.
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The leader of a global study of the BlueSync system for automatic wireless remote monitoring explains why the technology promises to remake monitoring of cardiac pacemakers.
Heart failure care in the Middle East has tended to focus on acute decompensation. A new program at Cleveland Clinic Abu Dhabi is expanding the focus to keeping patients out of the hospital in the first place.