Interested in current research into heart failure and medical technology?
Medical technology in the form of wearables and wireless devices are becoming more commonplace in medical care. We would like to get opinions on your preferences for these to help create a device that will help heart failure patients look after their health.
The Personalised Renal Monitoring via Information Technology (or PERMIT project), managed at the University of Liverpool , is conducting a research questionnaire to find out preferences for medical technology to monitor heart failure from home. This study is open to anyone diagnosed with heart failure worldwide.
The study is led by Dr Ahmed Al-Naher, a clinician and researcher, and is funded by the National Institute of Health Research (CLAHRC NWC).
The findings from this research will go directly towards designing new types of medical technology that could improve the lives of anyone suffering from heart failure. If you are keen to help advance the research of heart failure, please take part in the survey and help us share it to other heart failure communities to get as many views as possible.
You can take part in the survey here.
Many thanks in advance for providing this important feedback.
Dr. Ahmed Al-Naher (pictured)
Academic Clinical Fellow
University of Liverpool, UK
More articles Posted on: 13 June 2018