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The War Against Heart Failure Hospitalizations: Remote Monitoring and the Case for Expanding Criteria.

Cardiology Clinics 2023 November
Successful remote patient monitoring depends on bidirectional interaction between patients and multidisciplinary clinical teams. Invasive pulmonary artery pressure monitoring has been shown to reduce heart failure (HF) hospitalizations, facilitate guideline-directed medical therapy optimization, and improve quality of life. Cardiac implantable electronic device-based multiparameter monitoring has shown encouraging results in predicting future HF-related events. Potential expanded indications for remote monitoring include guideline-directed medical therapy optimization, application to specific populations, and subclinical detection of HF. Voice analysis, inferior vena cava diameter monitoring, and artificial intelligence-based remote electrocardiogram show potential to gain some merit in remote patient monitoring in HF.

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