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Manuscript Submission Deadline 23 January 2023

This Research Topic is the second volume of the “Wearable Devices for Cardiac Rhythm Monitoring: Vol II”. Please see the first volume here.

New wearable technologies for cardiac rhythm monitoring are gaining more and more importance in clinical routine in the field of cardiology and electrophysiology - by physicians as well as patients. These include, but are by far not restricted to smartphone-based ECG or PPG, finger-ECG, smartwatches, smart garments and more. This opens new horizons for mHealth-based patient care, mHealth-enhanced teleconsultations, but also mass screening for heart rhythm disorders.

The proposed Research Topic aims to present new research on these technologies covering methodological aspects on wearable single- and multiple-lead ECG or photophlethysmography devices, (mass) screening for atrial fibrillation or other arrhythmias with new devices, implementation of mHealth into clinical pathways of cardiac diseases, short or long-term telemonitoring through wearables devices, cost-effectiveness, and more.

This collection can include original research papers, case reports, review articles as well as meta-analyses on the topic of wearables for cardiac rhythm monitoring.

Keywords: #CollectionSeries, wearables, screening, atrial fibrillation, ECG, mobile health, mHealth, digital health, e-cardiology, photoplethysmography, artificial intelligence, telemedicine, telemonitoring


Important Note: All contributions to this Research Topic must be within the scope of the section and journal to which they are submitted, as defined in their mission statements. Frontiers reserves the right to guide an out-of-scope manuscript to a more suitable section or journal at any stage of peer review.

This Research Topic is the second volume of the “Wearable Devices for Cardiac Rhythm Monitoring: Vol II”. Please see the first volume here.

New wearable technologies for cardiac rhythm monitoring are gaining more and more importance in clinical routine in the field of cardiology and electrophysiology - by physicians as well as patients. These include, but are by far not restricted to smartphone-based ECG or PPG, finger-ECG, smartwatches, smart garments and more. This opens new horizons for mHealth-based patient care, mHealth-enhanced teleconsultations, but also mass screening for heart rhythm disorders.

The proposed Research Topic aims to present new research on these technologies covering methodological aspects on wearable single- and multiple-lead ECG or photophlethysmography devices, (mass) screening for atrial fibrillation or other arrhythmias with new devices, implementation of mHealth into clinical pathways of cardiac diseases, short or long-term telemonitoring through wearables devices, cost-effectiveness, and more.

This collection can include original research papers, case reports, review articles as well as meta-analyses on the topic of wearables for cardiac rhythm monitoring.

Keywords: #CollectionSeries, wearables, screening, atrial fibrillation, ECG, mobile health, mHealth, digital health, e-cardiology, photoplethysmography, artificial intelligence, telemedicine, telemonitoring


Important Note: All contributions to this Research Topic must be within the scope of the section and journal to which they are submitted, as defined in their mission statements. Frontiers reserves the right to guide an out-of-scope manuscript to a more suitable section or journal at any stage of peer review.

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