Hemodynamic monitoring in the era of digital health

Digital innovations are changing medicine, and hemodynamic monitoring will not be an exception. Five to ten years from now, we can envision a world where clinicians will learn hemodynamics with simulators and serious games, will monitor patients with wearable or implantable sensors in the hospital and after discharge, will use medical devices able to communicate and integrate the historical, clinical, physiologic and biological information necessary to predict adverse events, propose the most rationale therapy and ensure it is delivered properly. Considerable intellectual and financial investments are currently made to ensure some of these new ideas and products soon become a reality.

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Global Health Programme

As is recognised by the Rehabilitation 2030 Agenda, the role of physical therapy / physiotherapy in tackling the major health challenges facing the world is now increasingly widely recognised.  Do…