New insights with real-time, remote cardiac monitoring: learnings from the pivotal TEASE-study

COALA
2/10/21, 9:00 PM
Europe/Berlin CET+2

Description

The pandemic is creating a paradigm shift in remote patient care. Join us for an interactive and educational webinar presenting first-hand results of the TEASE-study, where novel patient-empowered technology was used to remotely monitor stroke patients’ hearts in everyday life.

 

The results of the TEASE-study are pivotal: by monitoring with the Coala Heart Monitor, it was possible to detect previously undiagnosed AF in 9% of cryptogenic stroke patients at a mean of 19.7 days post stroke – non-invasively, patch-free and at very high patient satisfaction.

 

The webinar will also discuss how non-invasive, patient-empowered monitors can used as alternative to ECG patches and as complementary to insertable cardiac monitors (ICM). Real-time cardiac monitoring offer abilities of early and immediate drug treatment.

 

Agenda

  1. The paradigm shift to patient-empowered, real-time remote cardiac monitoring and it’s abilities in diverse populations, and opportunities for immediate drug interventions.
  2. Presentation of the TEASE-study results: Cardiac monitoring after cryptogenic stroke using the Coala Heart Monitor and its patient compliance.
  3. Discussion on the use of non-invasive ECG vs. invasive ICM’s for long-term remote monitoring.
  4. Q&A.
Previous registration necessary?

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YES
Simultaneous translation ?

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Will it be recorded?
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Philip Siberg

New insights with real-time, remote cardiac monitoring: learnings from the pivotal TEASE-study

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Speakers

Peter Magnusson