Frerk Müller-von Aschwege

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Adverse drug events (ADEs) are common, costly and one of the most important issues in contemporary pharmacotherapy. Current drug safety surveillance methods are largely based on spontaneous reports. However, this is known to be rather ineffective. There is a lack of automated systems checking potential ADEs on routine data captured in electronic health(More)
This article presents a prediction model for the development of the heart rate during rehabilitation training in patients suffering from cardiopulmonary diseases. The model helps to ensure a safe and effective training. Furthermore, the integration of the model into a personal health record system facilitating interoperability among doctors, hospitals and(More)
This paper describes the results of a pilot study with cardiac patients based on information that can be derived from a smartphone. The idea behind the study is to design a model for estimating the heart rate of a patient before an outdoor walking session for track planning, as well as using the model for guidance during an outdoor session. The model allows(More)
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