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Netherlands Heart Journal

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06-12-2018 | Original Article Open Access

A mobile one-lead ECG device incorporated in a symptom-driven remote arrhythmia monitoring program. The first 5,982 Hartwacht ECGs

The healthcare system is a dynamic environment which evolves due to public demand and technological advancement. Currently, within the Netherlands, the system is changing to a state where patients are more responsible for and more in control of …

03-12-2018 | Original Article Open Access

Telemonitoring with an implantable loop recorder in outpatient heart failure care

One year follow-up report from a prospective observational Dutch multicentre study

Heart failure is affecting an increasing number of people worldwide and is associated with substantial morbidity and mortality, a high risk of developing arrhythmias, hospitalisation, and thromboembolic events [ 1 ]. The occurrence of atrial …

30-11-2018 | Commentary Open Access

Mobile health: solution or a threat?

28-11-2018 | Original Article Open Access

Expectations and perceived barriers to widespread implementation of e‑Health in cardiology practice: Results from a national survey in the Netherlands

E-Health is a broad concept, roughly defined as the delivery of healthcare via information technology [ 1 ]. Ever since mobile phones provided internet access, the number of e‑Health projects has rapidly increased. Nevertheless, so far, it could be …

28-11-2018 | Original Article Open Access

Effectiveness of web-based personalised e‑Coaching lifestyle interventions

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The scope of the Netherlands Heart Journal is to contribute to the national and international literature by publishing scientific papers in the field of cardiovascular medicine. It also provides a platform for Continuing Medical Education for cardiologists and those in training for the speciality of cardiology in the Netherlands.

The Netherlands Heart Journal is made available to cardiologists, cardiologists in training, cardiopulmonary surgeons, cardiopulmonary surgeons in training, internists and paediatric cardiologists. The journal is the official journal of the Netherlands Society of Cardiology.

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