Application of remote monitoring in hemophilia information management

Liu Zhiyou; Meng Xianhui; Tang yuanyuan; Gao Feng; Wang yufang
June 2014
Journal of Chemical & Pharmaceutical Research;2014, Vol. 6 Issue 6, p2541
Academic Journal
With the deep development of medical reform of China, the remote medical treatment is getting increasing focus. The application of remote monitoring system in Hemophilia information management plays an important role in diagnosis and treatment of patients at home by connecting information network of Hemophilia center with patients from client, which helps master the immediate information about the treatment and recovery of patients so as to set up database in the range.


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