As interest in mHealth (including Short Message Services or SMS) increases, it is important to assess potential benefits and limitations of this technology in improving interventions in resource-poor settings.
Cardiovascular disease (CVD) is a major issue to public health. It contributes 41% to the Chinese death rate each year. This huge loss encouraged us to develop a Wearable Efficient teleCARdiology systEm (WE-CARE) for early warning and prevention of CVD risks in real time.
To assist in the early detection of critical illness, many hospitals now use a "track and trigger" system that allocates points to routine vital signs measurements on the basis of their derangement from an arbitrarily agreed "normal" range.
mHealth Evidence is expanding to include grey literature in the growing body of evidence.
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