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A New mHealth App for Monitoring and Awareness of Healthy Eating: Development and User Evaluation by Spanish Users.

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May 30, 2017

Modern-day society has moved towards a more sedentary lifestyle. Advances in technology and changes in habits in our daily lives have led a large part of the population towards a spiralling sedentary lifestyle and obesity.

mHealth App for iOS to Help in Diagnostic Decision in Ophthalmology to Primary Care Physicians.

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Apr 01, 2017

Decision support systems (DSS) are increasingly demanded due that diagnosis is one of the main activities that physicians accomplish every day. This fact seems critical when primary care physicians deal with uncommon problems belonging to specialized areas.

Monitoring and Follow-up of Chronic Heart Failure: a Literature Review of eHealth Applications and Systems.

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Jun 13, 2016

In developed countries heart failure is one of the most important causes of death, followed closely by strokes and other cerebrovascular diseases. It is one of the major healthcare issues in terms of increasing number of patients, rate of hospitalizations and costs.

Security Recommendations for mHealth Apps: Elaboration of a Developer's Guide.

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May 05, 2016

Being the third fastest-growing app category behind games and utilities, mHealth apps are changing the healthcare model, as medicine today involves the data they compile and analyse, information known as Big Data.

A mobile decision support system for red eye diseases diagnosis: experience with medical students.

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May 04, 2016

A good primary health care is the base for a better healthcare system. Taking a good decision on time by the primary health care physician could have a huge repercussion.

Mobile-health: A review of current state in 2015.

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Aug 10, 2015

Health telematics is a growing up issue that is becoming a major improvement on patient lives, especially in elderly, disabled, and chronically ill.