Rationale and study design of the REM-HF study: remote management of heart failure using implanted devices and formalized follow-up procedures.

@article{Morgan2014RationaleAS,
  title={Rationale and study design of the REM-HF study: remote management of heart failure using implanted devices and formalized follow-up procedures.},
  author={John M. Morgan and Borislav D. Dimitrov and Jaswinder Gill and Sue Kitt and Ghulam Andr{\'e} Ng and Janet M Mccomb and James Raftery and Paul Roderick and Alison Seed and Simon J Williams and Klaus K Witte and David J Wright and Guiqing Yao and Martin R Cowie},
  journal={European journal of heart failure},
  year={2014},
  volume={16 9},
  pages={
          1039-45
        }
}
AIMS We wish to assess the clinical and cost-effectiveness of remote monitoring of heart failure patients with cardiac implanted electronic devices. METHODS REM-HF is a multicentre, randomized, non-blinded, parallel trial designed to compare weekly remote monitoring-driven management with usual care for patients with cardiac implanted electronic devices (ICD, CRT-D, or CRT-P). The trial is event driven, and the final analysis will be performed when 546 events have been observed or the study… CONTINUE READING
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