Postoperative Care for Cardiac Surgery with Remote Patient Monitoring Devices-Minttihealth Solutions

Remote Patient Monitoring for Post-cardiac Surgery Care and Recovery with Minttihealth Solutions

The developments of advanced medical technology in recent years have had a significant impact on life expectancy, which has resulted in an increase in the number of patients who require cardiac surgery. Cardiac surgeons can reduce pre- and postoperative mortality rates by using innovative techniques, as well as by keeping up with the pace of developments during and after treatment.

What is postoperative care for cardiac surgery?

Postoperative care begins at the end of the operation and continues in the recovery room and throughout the hospitalization and outpatient period. Basic monitoring for a post-operative cardiac surgical care patient includes ECG, pulse oximetry, blood pressure measurement, fluid balance, temperature measurement, and so forth.

Why remote patient monitoring is feasible for postoperative care?

As the advanced medical technology and the popularity and convenience of telehealth grows in recent years, so does remote patient monitoring. More providers and patients have the ability to monitor and prevent serious complications in remote locations. With professional medical devices, remote patient monitoring systems are feasible, effective, and safe for the purpose of improving postoperative outcomes.

Minttihealth Solutions for postoperative care for cardiac surgery

Minttihealth remote patient monitoring system can be used in postoperative care for cardiac surgery. Mintti-Vision integrated in the system records vital parameters, such as blood pressure, heart rate, saturation, body temperature, blood glucose, and electrocardiography, which reports data to web-based software and Mintti-Vision mobile application.

Minttihealth remote patient monitoring system can facilitate patient adherence to medications, modifications to drug therapy or early clinical face-to-face review, as well as producing a sustained reduction of cardiovascular risks. During the follow-up period, patients can be contacted daily through text and voice messages, and video conferences. Physicians can receive alerts if patients experience abnormal heart rhythms, such as AFib .

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