Benefits of remote hemodynamic monitoring in heart failure

P. R.D. Clephas, R. A. de Boer, J. J. Brugts*

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Despite treatment advancements, HF mortality remains high, prompting interest in reducing HF-related hospitalizations through remote monitoring. These advances are necessary considering the rapidly rising prevalence and incidence of HF worldwide, presenting a burden on hospital resources. While traditional approaches have failed in predicting impending HF-related hospitalizations, remote hemodynamic monitoring can detect changes in intracardiac filling pressure weeks prior to HF-related hospitalizations which makes timely pharmacological interventions possible. To ensure successful implementation, structural integration, optimal patient selection, and efficient data management are essential. This review aims to provide an overview of the rationale, the available devices, current evidence, and the implementation of remote hemodynamic monitoring.

Original languageEnglish
JournalTrends in Cardiovascular Medicine
Publication statusE-pub ahead of print - 16 Dec 2023

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