Athanasios Anastasiou

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Technological advances and societal changes in recent years have contributed to a shift in traditional care models and in the relationship between patients and their doctors/carers, with (in general) an increase in the patient-carer physical distance and corresponding changes in the modes of access to relevant care information by all groups. The objective(More)
Estimating the connectivity between magnetoencephalogram (MEG) signals provides an excellent opportunity to analyze whole brain functional integration across a spectrum of conditions from health to disease. For this purpose, spectral coherence has been used widely as an easy-to-interpret metric of signal coupling. However, a number of systematic effects may(More)
In our increasingly dislocated and mobile society, online social network sites are proving valuable in bridging distances and facilitating interaction and communication. People are spending a significant amount of time at the top social networking websites in order to manage existing relationships with friends, reconnect with old friends, share media and(More)
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The present work examines the potential of the usage of smartphones in order to offer health services to elderly patients. The purpose of this work is the design, development, and implementation of a telemedicine application. This application aims to improve the monitoring mode and increase patient adherence to the instructions assigned by the medical(More)
Chronic diseases are the leading cause of mortality and morbidity. A significant contribution to the burden of chronic diseases is the concurrence of co-morbidities. Heart failure (HF) is a complex, chronic medical condition frequently associated with co-morbidities. The current care approach for HF patients with co-morbidities is neither capable to deliver(More)