Can smartphones help improve heart attack treatment?

According to the American Heart Association smartphones and their apps, can potentially help people get better treatment faster for heart attacks and strokes.

The current technology is pretty remarkable and what’s on the horizon holds even more promise to improve outcomes for heart attack and stroke.

Stroke and heart attack are time-critical, and the review published in Circulation states that digital tools can reduce the time it takes to get treatment started. The review evaluates the current knowledge of the effectiveness of implementing mobile technology and social strategies into patient care. Read more here:

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