Case-Control Studies

ICU Telemedicine and Critical Care Mortality: A National Effectiveness Study.

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Feb 13, 2016

BACKGROUND: Intensive care unit (ICU) telemedicine is an increasingly common strategy for improving the outcome of critical care, but its overall impact is uncertain.

Management of Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus through Telemedicine.

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May 15, 2015

BACKGROUND: Type 2 diabetes mellitus T2DM has a huge and growing burden on public health, whereas new care models are not implemented into clinical practice; in fact the purpose of this study was to test the effectiveness of a program of integrated care for T2DM, compared with ordinary diligence.

A comparison of in-person home care, home care with telephone contact and home care with telemonitoring for disease management.

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Oct 09, 2009

We compared the effects of evidence-based disease management guidelines delivered to patients with heart failure and diabetes using three different modalities: in-person visits alone (Control), in-person visits and a telephone intervention (Telephone), and in-person visits and telemonitoring (Tel

Self-help stress management training through mobile phones: an experience with oncology nurses.

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Aug 13, 2013

Although all professions are susceptible to work-related stress, the nursing profession has been identified as particularly stressful; indeed, oncology nursing is often described as being among the most stressful specialty areas.

Mobile phone diabetes project led to improved glycemic control and net savings for Chicago plan participants.

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Feb 04, 2014

Even with the best health care available, patients with chronic illnesses typically spend no more than a few hours a year in a health care setting, while their outcomes are largely determined by their activities during the remaining 5,000 waking hours of the year.

Self-monitoring has potential for home exercise programmes in patients with haemophilia.

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Feb 18, 2014

Haemophiliacs who have had to keep a physically inactive lifestyle due to bleeding during childhood are likely to have little motivation for exercise. The purpose of this study is to clarify the effectiveness of the self-monitoring of home exercise for haemophiliacs.

Measuring life space in older adults with mild-to-moderate Alzheimer's disease using mobile phone GPS.

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Feb 21, 2014

BACKGROUND: As an indicator of physical and cognitive functioning in community-dwelling older adults, there is increasing interest in measuring life space, defined as the geographical area a person covers in daily life.

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