Patients admitted to general wards are vulnerable to deterioration, and timely detection of such deterioration is critical to their survival. Therefore, the use of tools that can facilitate early identification of potential health risks can be lifesaving. Remote patient monitoring (RPM) is a promising approach that can enable frequent monitoring of patients and facilitate early detection of any adverse changes in their health status, allowing healthcare providers to take timely intervention.
This study demonstrates the effectiveness of RPM in formulating scores for early warning, providing healthcare providers with an effective tool for monitoring patients and detecting any changes that may require immediate attention.
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