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Post-surgery patients monitored virtually do better than those seeing doctors in person, study indicates

remote monitoring patient outcomes

Patients who underwent non-elective surgery and used technology for regular remote monitoring with health-care providers had better outcomes a month after leaving hospital, compared to people who were asked to go see their doctors for followup concerns, according to a new Canadian study in the British Medical Journal.

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