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Telemedicine and eHealth Solutions in Clinical Practice

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  • @ARTICLE{10.4108/eetpht.9.4272,
        author={Fabrizio Del Carpio-Delgado and David Hugo Bernedo-Moreira and Antony Paul Espiritu-Martinez and Jos\^{e} Luis Aguilar-Cruzado and Carlos Eduardo Joo-Garc\^{\i}a and Maril\^{\i} Ruth Mamani-Laura and Rafael Romero-Carazas},
        title={Telemedicine and eHealth Solutions in Clinical Practice},
        journal={EAI Endorsed Transactions on Pervasive Health and Technology},
        keywords={Telemedicine, mHealth, Mobile Health, Pervasive Health},
  • Fabrizio Del Carpio-Delgado
    David Hugo Bernedo-Moreira
    Antony Paul Espiritu-Martinez
    José Luis Aguilar-Cruzado
    Carlos Eduardo Joo-García
    Marilí Ruth Mamani-Laura
    Rafael Romero-Carazas
    Year: 2022
    Telemedicine and eHealth Solutions in Clinical Practice
    DOI: 10.4108/eetpht.9.4272
Fabrizio Del Carpio-Delgado1,*, David Hugo Bernedo-Moreira2, Antony Paul Espiritu-Martinez3, José Luis Aguilar-Cruzado1, Carlos Eduardo Joo-García1, Marilí Ruth Mamani-Laura1, Rafael Romero-Carazas1
  • 1: Universidad Nacional de Moquegua
  • 2: Universidad César Vallejo
  • 3: Universidad Nacional Autónoma Altoandina de Tarma
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Introduction: Over the past decade, telemedicine and mobile health have experienced significant growth, becoming essential tools for healthcare in an increasingly digitized world. This research focuses on exploring how these technologies have improved the accessibility, efficiency and quality of healthcare, despite challenges related to data security and equity of access, with the aim of understanding their impact and potential in modern healthcare. Methods: a PubMed search was performed using the keywords "Telemedicine" and "mHealth" to find relevant studies on its application in clinical practice, with inclusion criteria covering articles in Spanish and English published between 2018 and 2023, freely available. The PRISMA workflow was followed to review and synthesize key findings and trends in this field. Result: the contribution of countries such as China, Australia and the United States in telemedicine and mobile health, with a focus on cardiovascular diseases and metabolic disorders, is highlighted. The positive impact on chronic diseases, mental health, physical activity and treatment adherence is highlighted, but the need to adapt interventions and lack of COVID-19 studies is emphasized. Conclusions: Telemedicine addresses a variety of pathologies, focusing on chronic diseases, with China leading in contributions. eHealth seeks to improve health outcomes and reduce the burden of disease.