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Heart failure (HF) remains a leading cause of mortality, morbidity and a burden to the healthcare system. Despite advancements in care, the incidence of HF remains high and patients with HF are at particularly high risk for frequent admissions. Remote monitoring technologies may improve patient care by ...

Heart failure (HF) remains a leading cause of mortality, morbidity and a burden to the healthcare system. Despite advancements in care, the incidence of HF remains high and patients with HF are at particularly high risk for frequent admissions. Remote monitoring technologies may improve patient care by increasing patient compliance, providing early indications of HF decompensation and potentially allowing for optimization of therapy to prevent HF admissions. While recent studies in invasive hemodynamic monitoring have already shown efficacy by reducing HF admissions and even mortality, multiple new and novel non-invasive methods have arisen as well, providing hope for millions of patients worldwide.

In this Research Topic, we will accept high-quality publications related to remote monitoring, including but not limited to: invasive monitors (including hemodynamic and other), sensors, non-invasive remote monitors, prediction tools based on big data and artificial-intelligence-based methods, and remote tools to improve patient compliance. Special emphasis will be put on innovative technologies and methods, as well as ground-breaking translational research.

This Research Topic welcomes submissions of original research (or brief research reports), reviews (or mini-reviews), case reports and noteworthy images and pictures related to remote monitoring which may shed light on this important field.

Conflict of Interest Statement:
Dr. Leor Perl is the Medical Director of Vectorious Technologies and holds stocks (<1%) of the many.
Dr. Sebastian Feickert's current institution received a research grant from Vectorious Medical Technologies in 2019.

Keywords: Heart failure, Telemonitoring, Remote care, Digital health, Hemodynamics


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