Remote Cardiac Monitoring

Remote Cardiac Monitoring is a healthcare service that allows for the continuous monitoring of a patient's cardiac activity outside of conventional clinical settings. Utilizing wearable devices or portable monitoring equipment, patients' heart rhythms and other cardiac-related metrics are tracked and transmitted to healthcare providers in real-time. This technology enables early detection of arrhythmias, heart failure decompensation, and other cardiac events, facilitating timely interventions. It is particularly valuable for chronic heart patients, post-surgery recovery, and those with a high risk of cardiac events. This market emphasizes the use of telemedicine to deliver proactive and preventive cardiac care, improving patient outcomes and reducing the need for hospital readmissions.

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Effect of remote cardiac monitoring system design on response time to critical arrhythmias

This research discovered that in hospital telemetry systems, the design of cardiac monitoring setups, including the number of communication nodes and the location of monitoring stations, significantly affects the efficiency of responding to critical arrhythmias. The study suggests that systems with intermediaries and central monitoring stations co-located with patient units have quicker response times, and it underscores the impact of nurses' workload on response latency.

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