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Remote Monitoring of Cardiovascular Symptoms in Patients With Cancer

Caroline Seymour
Published: Thursday, Feb 01, 2018

Jean-Bernard Durand, MD

Jean-Bernard Durand, MD
Implantable cardiac devices are providing a more nuanced understanding of how technology can extend care to the patient’s front door, according to Jean-Bernard Durand, MD.

, he discussed the new medium and how patients may be able to continue their treatment regimen.

OncLive: What are the specifics of this technology?

Durand: There is a relatively common problem we all have in our practice, and that is when we have patients who see us from all over the city, all over the state, and all over the country, how do we communicate with these patients and monitor them? Historically, we have always managed this by patients coming to our clinic and having a face-to-face encounter with them. Then we make our decisions about therapies, diagnostics, and diagnosis.
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