European Society of Cardiology (ESC) Congress – Digital Experience

Aug 29-Sep 1, 2020

European Society of Cardiology (ESC) Congress – Digital Experience

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.

 

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Not all ICMs are the same. Dr. Nico Reinsch will be talking about aspects of ICMs – important for effective, long-term cardiacmonitoring and workload reduction.

Hear from Dr. Francisco García-Fernández about the RM-ALONE study results, showing how an effective remotemonitoring system can ease hospital staff workload and replace in-office follow-up.


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Prof. Jan Steffel

Chairman / Moderation

Prof. Jan Steffel

Heart Center – University Hospital Zurich, CH


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Dr. Nico Reinsch

Speaker

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

Learning Objectives:
  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 


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Dr. García

Speaker

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

Learning Objectives:
  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