Managing And Reducing Costs For Heart Failure Via Home Monitoring

Heart failure affects 5.8 million people in the U.S. alone and is responsible for nearly 1 million hospitalizations each year, most resulting from a build-up of body fluid in the lungs and other organs due to the heart’s inability to pump effectively. The disease needs to be closely tracked in order to avoid such hospitalizations, and home-monitoring interventions may be especially useful, UCLA researchers say.

“Managing and Reducing Costs For Heart Failure Via Home Monitoring”
Medical News Today
January 5th 2012

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