Hayn, Dieter

Comparison of Body Weight Trend Algorithms for Prediction of Heart Failure Related Events in Home Care Setting.

Publication Date: 
May 16, 2017

BACKGROUND: Automatic event detection is used in telemedicine based heart failure disease management programs supporting physicians and nurses in monitoring of patients' health data.

Feasibility of mHealth and Near Field Communication technology based medication adherence monitoring.

Publication Date: 
Jan 31, 2013

Poor patients' adherence to intake of prescribed medication has been identified as a serious problem in the treatment of chronically ill patients. Technical solutions are needed to measure and - if necessary - to increase the patients' adherence.

QRS detection based ECG quality assessment.

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Sep 03, 2012

Although immediate feedback concerning ECG signal quality during recording is useful, up to now not much literature describing quality measures is available. We have implemented and evaluated four ECG quality measures.

Mobile phone-based teledermatologic compliance management - preliminary results of the TELECOMP study.

Publication Date: 
Sep 11, 2009

A mobile phone-based telemonitoring system for long-term psoriasis therapy is described, intended to increase patients' compliance by optimizing the patient-physician communication. Patients themselves can acquire health parameters and take photos of their psoriasis lesions.

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A mobile phone based telemonitoring concept for the simultaneous acquisition of biosignals physiological parameters.

Publication Date: 
Sep 15, 2010

Congestive Heart Failure (CHF) is a common chronic heart disease with high socioeconomic impact. Conventional treatment of CHF is often ineffective and inefficient, since self-management is complex and patients are insufficiently involved in therapy management.

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Teledermatological monitoring of psoriasis patients on biologic therapy.

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Oct 26, 2011

Patients with psoriasis who are being treated with biologics require intensive monitoring. However, the monitoring tool teledermatology is not commonly used. We investigated the applicability of a mobile phone based teledermatological system for monitoring psoriasis patients on biologic therapy.