We spoke with Professor Ben Freedman (Deputy Director of Research Strategy, Heart Research Institute, Charles Perkins Centre, Professor of Cardiology, University of Sydney and Head of Vascular Biology at the ANZAC Research Institute, Sydney, Australia) about the use of smart phones and watches in the screening for arrhythmia and how technology may change healthcare and clinical practice.
Filmed at Heart Rhythm 2019, San Francisco, CA, USA.
Speaker’s Disclosures: Ben Freedman has nothing to declare in relation to this video.
1. How are smart phones and watches used in the screening for arrhythmias? (0:09)
2. How have these technologies changed healthcare practice? (1:48)
3. What have been the advantages and disadvantages of these technologies? (3:05)
3. How do you think smart devices will affect clinical practice in the future? (4:32)
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