Remote Continuous Vital Signs Monitoring on Surgical Wards Benefit Patients

Remote Continuous Vital Signs Monitoring
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A new study has found that remote continuous vital signs monitoring on surgical wards is practical and acceptable to patients. Postoperative complications are unfortunately common following surgery. Postoperative mortality is […]
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