Arbelo, Elena and Trucco, Emilice and Dogac, Asuman and Lüpkes, Christian and Chronaki, Catherine and Ploessnig, Manuela and Hinterbuchner, Lynne and Laleci, Gokce and Bruguda, Joseph
Cardiac implanted electronic devices (CIEDs) have become part of the standard therapy in patients who are at risk of life-threatening cardiac arrhythmias. CIEDs require patients to follow regular scheduled hospital visits every 3 to 6 month to monitor device parameters, adverse events and anomalous device behaviour. Additionally, a substantial number of patients require extra non scheduled visits due to arrhythmic events or system-related complications. This calls for new methods of long-term surveillance with a view to optimizing patient safety and care, alleviating the burden of caregivers, and lowering health care costs through IT support.
05 / 2012
World Heart Federation
iCARDEA An Intelligent Platform for Personalized Remote Monitoring of the Cardiac Patients with Electronic Implant Devices