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“Innovation can greatly ease the pressure on care. [Smart patches] may be able to help answer the question of whether admission is necessary. If it turns out that there is no cause for concern, the patient may still be monitored remotely at home. This saves a costly stay in hospital.
For some procedures, after a stomach reduction, for example, the patient can go home the same day because nurses can monitor them remotely with a smart patch. If necessary, there is immediate telephone contact for consultation.”
“The technology saves nurses a lot of time because manual measurements, three times a day, are no longer necessary. Moreover, patients can continue monitoring from home. Possibly in combination with an app.”