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Web-Based Remote Monitoring Systems for Self-Managing Type 2 Diabetes: A Systematic Review.

Publication Date: 
Jul 03, 2015

This systematic review aims to evaluate evidence for viability and impact of Web-based telemonitoring for managing type 2 diabetes mellitus.

Adoption of health information technologies by physicians for clinical practice: The Andalusian case.

Publication Date: 
May 08, 2015

OBJECTIVES: We investigated the level of adoption of Health Information Technologies (HIT) services, and the factors that influence this, amongst specialised and primary care physicians; in Andalusia, Spain.

High quantity but limited quality in healthcare applications intended for HIV-infected patients.

Publication Date: 
Jul 25, 2014

OBJECTIVE: The aim of this study was to evaluate, through the creation of a specific questionnaire, the information quality in mobile applications (apps) aimed at human immunodeficiency virus (HIV)-infected patients.

[Internet, SMS or voice portals tools. New technologies for an old problem].

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Publication Date: 
Sep 24, 2012

OBJECTIVE: To analyse the frequency of use, effectiveness and usability of automated systems for obtaining appointments in primary care from a user point of view.

[Prehospital cardiopulmonary resuscitation: what makes it possible?].

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Publication Date: 
May 14, 1992

OBJECTIVE: To identify the logistical-organizational characteristics which affect the survival results of pre-hospital resuscitation in MSC cases.

DESIGN: Retrospective study.

LOCATION: 7 Mobile ICUs in the province of Ciudad Real activated for all types of emergency.

Mobile technologies in the management of disasters: the results of a telemedicine solution.

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Publication Date: 
Feb 04, 2002

Nowadays a great number of applications are used to compile and transmit casualties and disasters information but there are many troubles associated with the technology as can be the communications reliability and the size and weight of the devices medical staff has to carry with.

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A four-year study of telephone support for oncology patients using a non-supervised call centre.

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Publication Date: 
Mar 25, 2003

A non-supervised call centre was used to allow oncology patients to contact their personal doctors 24 hours a day. Incoming patient calls to the centre were automatically routed to the doctor's mobile phone or office telephone.

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