Domingo Marzal Martín's scientific contributions

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Background: Telemonitoring with applications and connected devices facilitates a more accessible and efficient attention. Its implementation has been accelerated thanks to the pandemic by COVID-19, where they have allowed the continuity of care. Objective: To evaluate the efficacy of a remote monitoring platform for the outpatient follow-up after h...
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Introduction: Digital health facilitates patient-centered, accessible, safe, and more efficient care, through technologies such as telemedicine, big data, bots, artificial intelligence, and other technologies. Undoubtedly, its implementation has been accelerated thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic, where they have demonstrated their effectiveness, by m...
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Background: Mobile technology has emerged as a potentially useful platform to facilitate weight management and tackle the current obesity epidemic. Objective: To evaluate the efficacy of a remote monitoring platform for overweight patients. Methods: Multicenter prospective observational study of overweight patients seen in an endocrinology clinic o...

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... It is able to process messages in natural language, issued by the user through keyboard or audio systems and it generates responses sent again to the user. These automated voice conversation virtual assistants are useful for managing tasks with minimal human-machine interaction, or for health problem management, such as helping to improve weight loss [4] or helping depression [5] or to deal with COVID-19 crisis [6]. Bots can make information available at a scale well beyond telemedicine approaches due to automation and this can provide support for people who cannot afford care, who can't communicate well in English, or who prefer anonymity. ...
... As yet, there are no randomized controlled trials (RCTs) of telemonitoring in COVID-19, although two are underway in the United States and Norway and are scheduled to report results later in 2021 [30,31]. However, several papers describing the early experience with telemonitoring systems in COVID-19 [32,33] and facilitation of early hospital discharge after being hospitalized with COVID-19 have been published [34][35][36][37]. All made use of pulse oximetry, and some also measured temperature and recorded a variety of symptoms. ...