European Society of Cardiology (ESC) Congress – Digital Experience
When: August 29-September 1, 2020
Where: Digital Experience
Topics: How Remote Monitoring For Devices and ICMs Can Reduce Workload in Cardiac Clinics
ESC Congress 2020 provides us with a most exciting opportunity: to disseminate the best ground-breaking cardiovascular science in a totally new, digital experience.
You are invited to attend the Q&A Live Session “Lighten The Load: How Remote Monitoring For Devices and ICMs Can Reduce Workload in Cardiac Clinics”. Mark your calendar now and join us on Tuesday, September 1, 18:30 - 19:30 CEST. The session is chaired by Prof. Jan Steffel, University Hospital Zurich (Switzerland) who speaks with the principal investigator of the RM-Alone Study (Remote Monitoring), Dr. Francisco Javier García Fernández, University Hospital Burgos (Spain) and the expert on cardiac monitoring, Dr. Nico Reinsch, Hospital Essen (Germany). Your perspective counts – please join and chat with the speakers.
Chairman / Moderator
Prof. Jan Steffel Heart Center – University Hospital Zurich, CH
Dr. Nico Reinsch Alfried Krupp Hospital Essen, D
Presentation Title: Lighten The Load: How Remote Monitoring For Devices and ICMs Can Reduce Workload in Cardiac Clinics
• Learn about which aspects of an ICM are important to have effective long term cardiac monitoring and low workload.
• Learn about real life performance of BIOMONITOR III and BIOMONITOR IIIm in a clinical setting
• Learn about the technology allowing high quality ECGs with visible p-waves and actionable ECG recordings
Dr. Francisco Javier García-Fernández University Hospital Burgos, E
Presentation Title:Safe and simplified patient surveillance exclusively based on Home Monitoring: results from the RM-Alone trial
• Learn about the outcomes of the RM-Alone study (reduction of hospital staff workload and replacement of in-office follow-ups)
• Learn about how such outcomes were achieved keeping patient safety uncompromised
• Learn how Home Monitoring can ease the hospital staff workload and replace in-office follow-up, especially in times of COVID-19