[ANMCO/SIC/SIT Consensus document: The future of telemedicine in heart failure].

Publication Date: 
Jun 17, 2016

Telemedicine applied to heart failure patients is a tool for recording, remote transmission, storage and interpretation of cardiocirculatory parameters and/or diagnostic images, useful, as emphasized by the latest guidelines, to allow for intensive home monitoring in patients with advanced heart

Mobile health monitoring to characterize depression symptom trajectories in primary care.

Publication Date: 
Feb 24, 2015

BACKGROUND: Classification of depression severity can guide treatment decisions. This study examined whether using repeated mobile health assessments to determine symptom trajectories is a potentially useful method for classifying depression severity.

mHealth Education Applications Along the Cancer Continuum.

Publication Date: 
Apr 30, 2015

The majority of adults worldwide own a mobile phone, including those in under-resourced communities. Mobile health (mhealth) education technologies present a promising mechanism for improving cancer prevention, treatment, and follow-up.

Remote assessment of stroke using the iPhone 4.

Publication Date: 
May 06, 2013

Therapy with recombinant tissue plasminogen activator is underused in the treatment of ischemic stroke in rural hospitals, due to a lack of local stroke expertise. Telemedicine solutions for stroke are a level I, class A recommendation when a vascular neurologist is absent.

Prognosis of prenatally diagnosed children with sex chromosome aneuploidy.

Publication Date: 
Feb 24, 1993

Sex chromosome aneuploidy (SCA) occurs in about 1/250 amniocenteses, and the significance of the long-term prognosis of fetuses with SCA is of concern to prospective parents and health care providers.

Negative affect and 24-hour ambulatory physiological recordings as predictors of spontaneous improvement of medically unexplained symptoms.

Publication Date: 
Dec 05, 2008

The predictive value for spontaneous improvement in individuals suffering from medically unexplained symptoms (MUS) was explored of (1) anxiety and depression obtained from questionnaires, (2) negative affective states obtained from experience-sampling, and (3) ambulatory-assessed real-life physi