Novel wireless devices for cardiac monitoring.

  title={Novel wireless devices for cardiac monitoring.},
  author={Joseph A. Walsh and Eric J. Topol and Steven R. Steinhubl},
  volume={130 7},
573 The digital revolution and the rapid development of smartphones, mobile connectivity, and social networking have changed the way we live. The average American is constantly connected via high bandwidth to a vast network of data and sophisticated digital platforms, with >90% of American adults owning a cell phone and 55% having a smartphone. The digital revolution has transformed virtually every industry and every facet of our personal lives but has been conspicuously absent from the world… CONTINUE READING
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