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.
Smartphones can enhance a patient’s following cosmetic surgery and alert the surgeon to early postoperative complications, according to a quality improvement study. In this article, James Zins, MD, discusses how to leverage telemedicine in a cosmetic surgery practice.
The ability to record one’s own heart rhythm strip, directly visualize it and share it with a physician has become a reality for patients with atrial fibrillation, a new study shows.
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.