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|Title:||Remote patient monitoring after cardiac surgery: The utility of a novel telemedicine system||Authors:||Atılgan, Kıvanç
Onuk, Burak E.
Köksal Coşkun, Pınar
Yeşil, Fahri G.
Çelebi, Aksuyek Savaş
remote Holter ECG
remote patient monitoring
|Issue Date:||2021||Publisher:||Wiley||Abstract:||Objective We examined cardiac surgery patients who underwent monitoring of postoperative vital parameters using medical monitoring devices which transferred data to a mobile application and a web-based software. Methods From November 2017 to November 2020, a total of 2340 patients were enrolled in the remote patient monitoring system after undergoing cardiac surgery. The medical devices recorded vital parameters, such as blood pressure, pulse rate, saturation, body temperature, blood glucose, and electrocardiography were measured via the Health Monitor DakikApp and Holter ECG DakikApp devices which reported data to web-based software and a mobile application (DakikApp Mobile Systems, Remscheid, Germany). During the follow-up period, patients were contacted daily through text and voice messages, and video conferences. Remote Medical Evaluations (RMEs) concerning patients' medical states were performed. Medication reminders, daily treatment were communicated to the patients with the DakikApp Mobile Systems Software. Results During a mean follow-up period of 78.9 +/- 107.1 (10-395) days, a total of 135,786 patient contacts were recorded (782 video conferences, 2805 voice messaging, and 132,199 text correspondence). The number of RMEs handled by the Telemedicine Team was 79,560. A total of 105,335 vital parameter measurements were performed and 5024 hospital application requests (6.3% per RME) were addressed successfully and hospitalization was avoided. A total of 144 (6.1%) potentially life-threatening complications were found to have been diagnosed early using the Telemedicine System. Conclusion Remote Patient Monitoring Systems combined with professional medical devices are feasible, effective, and safe for the purpose of improving postoperative outcomes.||URI:||https://doi.org/10.1111/jocs.15962
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