Telemonitoring may Improves Outcomes for Heart Failure Patients

According to a recent study, patients with chronic heart failure, who were monitored either through home-based telemonitoring systems or conventional telephone support systems had reduced rates of hospitalisation and all-cause mortality.Researchers defined the conventional or structured telephone support as using regular telephones and telemonitoring systems as systems that allow patients to relay personal health data, such as body weight and symptoms of heart problems, to their doctor through broadband, wireless and other telecommunications means.
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