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Cardiology to go and in the cloud

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In the course of their lifetime, many people develop a cardiovascular disease because of a lifestyle with little exercise, unhealthy eating, smoking, or alcohol. But the heart can also be damaged due to genetic causes or infections. Learn in our Topic of the Month how apps, wearables and AI help to control cardiological diseases better in the future.

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Timo Roth
Editorial team MEDICA-tradefair.com

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Topic of the Month: Digital cardiology
Interview: eGym
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Digital cardiology: analyzing data beat by beat

Topic of the Month

Image: Heart symbols are floating over a smartphone in the hand of a physician; Copyright: panthermedia.net/thodonal
Chronic cardiovascular diseases are a growing burden worldwide. Most of them are diseases of civilization that spread, where lifestyle is improving or where it is good already. But the healthcare systems are not growing equally to keep up with this development. We can make up for this by making cardiological care smarter with eHealth and mHealth.
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Digital cardiology: analyzing data beat by beat
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eGym: "Fitness training is as important as brushing your teeth"

Interview

Image: Training device from eGym with digital display; Copyright: eGym GmbH
Many so-called diseases of civilization or lifestyle diseases such as cardiovascular diseases and obesity seem to increase in frequency. Even so, we all want to stay fit and healthy for as long as possible. To motivate people to exercise more and to stay healthy, eGym relies on a mixture of automated training equipment, educated professionals and digital solutions.
Read the interview here:
eGym: "Fitness training is as important as brushing your teeth"
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