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Mobile Health Devices as Tools for Worldwide Cardiovascular Risk Reduction and Disease Management

John D. Piette, Justin List, Gurpreet K. Rana, Whitney Townsend, Dana Striplin, Michele Heisler
2015 Circulation  
Chen and N. Marinec provided invaluable support in the preparation of the manuscript and evaluation of studies reviewed. Sources of Funding Disclosures None.  ...  , the SMS smoking cessation program (txt2stop) trial sought to improve smoking cessation rates in the United Kingdom through a series of motivational messages. 45 Patients were randomly assigned to receive  ...  Patient-directed short message service (SMS) or text messaging interventions are designed to improve disease management primarily through reminders that improve adherence to behavioral goals such as medication  ... 
doi:10.1161/circulationaha.114.008723 pmid:26596977 pmcid:PMC5234768 fatcat:vw32qeftafdfrlvfkqhv74mio4

Personal health technology: A new era in cardiovascular disease prevention

Nina C. Franklin, Carl J. Lavie, Ross A. Arena
2015 Postgraduate medicine  
Studies of mHealth interventions have been conducted in more than 30 LMICs, and evidence to date suggests that programs are feasible and may improve medication adherence and disease outcomes.  ...  and management related to cardiovascular diseases throughout the world.  ...  Acknowledgments Jenny Chen and Nicolle Marinec provided invaluable support in the preparation of the manuscript and evaluation of studies reviewed.  ... 
doi:10.1080/00325481.2015.1015396 pmid:25690685 pmcid:PMC4633704 fatcat:r5h56rpj3zdwdltjidxmosqfge

The Effectiveness of Mobile-Health Technology-Based Health Behaviour Change or Disease Management Interventions for Health Care Consumers: A Systematic Review

Caroline Free, Gemma Phillips, Leandro Galli, Louise Watson, Lambert Felix, Phil Edwards, Vikram Patel, Andy Haines, Tony Cornford
2013 PLoS Medicine  
The pooled effect of text messaging smoking cessation support on biochemically verified smoking cessation was (RR 2.16 [95% CI 1.77-2.62]).  ...  Conclusions: Text messaging interventions increased adherence to ART and smoking cessation and should be considered for inclusion in services.  ...  Investigate the effectiveness of a mobile phone weight-loss programme among healthy overweight adults Participants received a daily automated SMS indicating a daily target weight and progress to  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pmed.1001362 pmid:23349621 pmcid:PMC3548655 fatcat:vkxw3bvud5cqffovuudk66upcq

Mobile Phone Interventions for the Secondary Prevention of Cardiovascular Disease

Linda G. Park, Alexis Beatty, Zoey Stafford, Mary A. Whooley
2016 Progress in cardiovascular diseases  
Text messaging [or short-messaging service (SMS)] and mobile applications (apps) are two popular forms of mHealth that can be used to communicate with patients.  ...  While the best way to promote self-management of chronic disease among patients has continued to elude health care providers, the use of technology may provide an innovative and effective approach to promote  ...  A randomized controlled behavioral intervention trial to improve medication adherence in adult stroke patients with prescription tailored short messaging service (SMS)-SMS4Stroke study.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.pcad.2016.03.002 pmid:27001245 pmcid:PMC4904827 fatcat:yvrv5hf2abdqjg3bulakoxotoe

m-Health in Coronary Disease Preventive Care

Karla Santo, John Chalmers, Clara K. Chow, Julie Redfern
2015 Journal of Cardiology and Therapy  
Moreover, lifestyle changes, such as smoking cessation, exercise and healthy diet, have an additive effect in reducing CV events and allcause mortality soon after an acute coronary event [5] .  ...  While in the early years of CR programmes, there was a focus on exercise-based rehabilitation, in recent years, these programmes were expanded to include information and motivation to maintain a healthy  ...  Text-messages, also known as SMS (Short Message Service), are by definition short messages up to 160 characters that can be sent from the internet or from one mobile phone to one or more mobile phones  ... 
doi:10.17554/j.issn.2309-6861.2015.02.98 fatcat:xxsx3c4g6fc45cptykhzpbybam

A Systematic Review of Personalized Health Applications through Human–Computer Interactions (HCI) on Cardiovascular Health Optimization

Sameer Quazi, Javid Ahmad Malik
2022 Journal of Cardiovascular Development and Disease  
Fundamentally, since each intervention's focus might differ based on the disease and outcome preference, it is recommended that more research be done to tailor the interventions to specific disease and  ...  technologies to provide a personalized care approach to facilitate bolstered outcomes for cardiovascular patients, including the elderly.  ...  Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/jcdd9080273 pmid:36005437 pmcid:PMC9410340 fatcat:d6q42higqvcqxicsaxxokblcky

Text messages for primary prevention of cardiovascular disease: the TextMe2 randomised controlled trial protocol

Harry Klimis, Aravinda Thiagalingam, Clara K Chow
2020 BMJ Open  
The TextMe2 programme provides support, motivation and education on five topics: diet, physical activity, smoking, general cardiovascular health and medication adherence, and is delivered in four text  ...  The aim of this study is to evaluate the effectiveness of a lifestyle-focused text messaging programme for primary CVD prevention.Methods and analysisSingle-blind randomised controlled trial with 6 months  ...  We thank research assistant Daniel McIntyre for assisting with REDCap database and evaluation of video links included in the text messages, and Professor Julie Redfern for evaluating the text message bank  ... 
doi:10.1136/bmjopen-2020-036767 pmid:32341047 pmcid:PMC7204915 fatcat:nf7oryp7kfe65pz3gifilzpzeq

Using Mobile Health (mHealth) Technology in the Management of Diabetes Mellitus, Physical Inactivity, and Smoking

Hasan Rehman, Ayeesha K. Kamal, Saleem Sayani, Pamela B. Morris, Anwar T. Merchant, Salim S. Virani
2017 Current Atherosclerosis Reports  
Smoking cessation has had promising initial results with the use of technology, but mHealth's ability to recruit participants beyond those actively seeking to quit has not been established.  ...  Summary mHealth interventions appear to be a potential tool in improving control of cardiovascular risk factors that rely on individuals making healthy lifestyle choices.  ...  Human and Animal Rights and Informed Consent This article does not contain any studies with human or animal subjects performed by any of the authors.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11883-017-0650-5 pmid:28243807 fatcat:ws3blk6sqnccpjst4igyvskr5i

The effectiveness of smoking cessation, physical activity/diet and alcohol reduction interventions delivered by mobile phones for the prevention of non-communicable diseases: A systematic review of randomised controlled trials

Melissa Palmer, Jennifer Sutherland, Sharmani Barnard, Aileen Wynne, Emma Rezel, Andrew Doel, Lily Grigsby-Duffy, Suzanne Edwards, Sophie Russell, Ellie Hotopf, Pablo Perel, Caroline Free (+1 others)
2018 PLoS ONE  
We conducted a systematic review to assess the effectiveness of smoking cessation, physical activity (PA), diet, and alcohol reduction interventions delivered by mobile technology to prevent non-communicable  ...  The effects of the most promising SMS-based smoking, diet and PA interventions on morbidity and mortality in high-risk groups should be established in adequately powered RCTs.  ...  Acknowledgments The original review, which this review updates, was supported by funding from UK Department of Health, Global Health Division. Reference  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0189801 pmid:29304148 pmcid:PMC5755775 fatcat:yaawl2236jeefglac2z2q726ea

Using the Medical Research Council framework for development and evaluation of complex interventions in a low resource setting to develop a theory-based treatment support intervention delivered via SMS text message to improve blood pressure control

Kirsten Bobrow, Andrew Farmer, Nomazizi Cishe, Ntobeko Nwagi, Mosedi Namane, Thomas P. Brennan, David Springer, Lionel Tarassenko, Naomi Levitt
2018 BMC Health Services Research  
We aimed to describe our experience of using the Medical Research Council (MRC) Framework on complex interventions to develop and evaluate an adherence support intervention for high blood pressure delivered  ...  by SMS text message.  ...  We are grateful to the Department of Health of the Western Cape for their support and access to facilities.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s12913-017-2808-9 pmid:29361934 pmcid:PMC5782371 fatcat:2ubhy5xysbbgvpfyr7blknltdq

Current Science on Consumer Use of Mobile Health for Cardiovascular Disease Prevention

Lora E. Burke, Jun Ma, Kristen M.J. Azar, Gary G. Bennett, Eric D. Peterson, Yaguang Zheng, William Riley, Janna Stephens, Svati H. Shah, Brian Suffoletto, Tanya N. Turan, Bonnie Spring (+2 others)
2015 Circulation  
On the basis of the AHA Life's Simple 7 metrics for improved cardiovascular health, <1% of adults in the United States follow a healthful eating plan, only 32% have a normal body mass index, and > 30%  ...  A lthough mortality for cardiovascular disease (CVD) has declined for several decades, heart disease and stroke continue to be the leading causes of death, disability, and high healthcare costs.  ...  Acknowledgments We would like to acknowledge the contribution of individuals who assisted with the literature review and development of this manuscript: Mary Lou Klem, PhD, Annabel Kornblum, MPH, and Heather  ... 
doi:10.1161/cir.0000000000000232 pmid:26271892 pmcid:PMC7313380 fatcat:2xwgvi26r5atpcfaho4wtknatm

Impact of a Culturally Tailored mHealth Medication Regimen Self-Management Program upon Blood Pressure among Hypertensive Hispanic Adults

Jessica Chandler, Luke Sox, Kinsey Kellam, Lauren Feder, Lynne Nemeth, Frank Treiber
2019 International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health  
The purpose of the current study was to conduct a 9-month smartphone-enabled efficacy trial addressing MA and BP control among Hispanic adults with uncontrolled HTN and poor MA.  ...  The ESC participants received text messages including links to PDFs and brief video clips containing healthy lifestyle tips for attention control.  ...  the manuscript; All authors revised the initial draft to formulate the final submitted version of this manuscript.  ... 
doi:10.3390/ijerph16071226 pmid:30959858 pmcid:PMC6479738 fatcat:7wqabfavdndiha7cxbyaeg7nw4

Using Mobile Technology for Cardiac Rehabilitation: A Review and Framework for Development and Evaluation

Alexis L. Beatty, Yoshimi Fukuoka, Mary A. Whooley
2013 Journal of the American Heart Association : Cardiovascular and Cerebrovascular Disease  
Address core components of cardiac rehabilitation: • Patient assessment • Exercise training • Self management, may include: ○ Physical activity ○ DietMedication adherenceSmoking • Psychosocial  ...  Enhanced version includes tailoring of content and messages. SMS reminder messages to fill out questionnaires. Enhanced version of internet-based self management program.  ... 
doi:10.1161/jaha.113.000568 pmid:24185949 pmcid:PMC3886753 fatcat:xblzrglc35gujdpwcca3wxiwmi

The impact of short message services and personal consultation by pharmacy students on medication adherence and blood pressure control: study protocol for a cluster randomized trial

Panpan Zhai, Qian Li, Ali Hassan Gillani, Khezar Hayat, Li Shi, Siyi Wang, Fei Peng, Sen Xu, Qianqian Du, Zeyu Cao, Donald E Morisky, Yu Fang
2019 Patient Preference and Adherence  
SMS messages will include educational information about normal blood pressure, complications of hypertension, salt intake, healthy diet, smoking cessation, regular exercise, weight control, antihypertensive  ...  Patients in the intervention group will receive a personal consultation which identifies the barriers to medication adherence and SMS reminders which will be sent at 3-day intervals while patients in the  ...  SMS messages will include educational information about normal blood pressure, complications of hypertension, salt intake, healthy diet, smoking cessation, regular exercise, weight control, antihypertensive  ... 
doi:10.2147/ppa.s197858 pmid:31118586 pmcid:PMC6503648 fatcat:kpxd5niw2nbw3gowtqikaelyoe

Using text message reminders in health care services: A narrative literature review

Frank J. Schwebel, Mary E. Larimer
2018 Internet Interventions  
Text messaging, or short message service (SMS), is one reminder method that has been extensively researched. Most SMS-reminder research is distributed across a range of health care outcomes.  ...  Discussion: Text messages appear to be an effective reminder mechanism to promote improved patient appointment and medical compliance.  ...  Automated text message reminders designed to increase medication adherence for adult patients with cardiovascular disease in Jordan Medication adherence Three reminders per day (one each of  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.invent.2018.06.002 pmid:30206523 pmcid:PMC6112101 fatcat:fv7kwnvrwvdazgar3unyarzyuy
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