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RPM Helps with Postpartum Blood Pressure Monitoring

A study published by the American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology suggests that remote patient monitoring may be an effective tool in treating postpartum hypertension.

“There was a significant difference in adherence, with a median of 63.9% of recommended measurements reported per patient in the RPM group and 0% in the usual care group.”


“RPM is a feasible way to improve adherence to BP monitoring in the PP period, and may improve detection of patients who require further evaluation and management.” 

Remote postpartum blood pressure surveillance for hypertensive disorders of pregnancy: a randomized clinical trial
Jessica Spiegelman, Rachel M. Topp, Fernanda C. da Graca Polubriaginof, Kirsten L. Cleary, Mary E. D’Alton, Leslie Moroz
RPM Helps with Postpartum Blood Pressure Monitoring
Measuring blood pressure by remote patient monitoring for cardiovascular disease management

Remote Patient Monitoring for Cardiovascular Disease

Managing cardiovascular disease (CVD) with remote patient monitoring (RPM) has shown significant improvement in patient outcomes. Data indicate that the use of RPM devices can lead to reductions in blood pressure, predict HF decompensation, and detect arrhythmia early to enable faster interventions.

Measuring blood pressure by remote patient monitoring for cardiovascular disease management

Remote Patient Monitoring for Cardiovascular Disease

Managing cardiovascular disease (CVD) with remote patient monitoring (RPM) has shown significant improvement in patient outcomes. Data indicate that the use of RPM devices can lead to reductions in blood pressure, predict HF decompensation, and detect arrhythmia early to enable faster interventions.