RPM Leads To Early Detection Of Stroke-Risk Blood Pressure At Boston Medical Center

RPM Leads To Early Detection Of Stroke-Risk Blood Pressure At Boston Medical Center

The academic medical center's physician chief of maternal fetal medicine explains how remote patient monitoring technology improves care during a very sensitive time in a woman's life.

The largest safety-net hospital in New England and an academic medical facility that is not for profit is Boston Medical Center. Children, teenagers, adults, and infants can all receive medical attention there.

At Boston Medical Center, Dr. Christina Yarrington is in charge of maternal-fetal medicine. Her primary concern as the obstetrics department's leader is making sure the facility's populace has the resources required to monitor patients who are at a high risk for postpartum hypertension in order to lower overall health risks without interfering with the crucial early stages of infant bonding at home.




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