Adherence of Mhealth Monitoring in Women Post-Delivery with Hypertension

Hari Eswaran1, Sarah Rhoads2, Christian Lynch2, Song Ounpraseuth2, C. Heath Gauss2

  • 1Univ of Arkansas for Medical Sci
  • 2University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences



1-Page Technical Papers (Poster)


12:00 - 14:00 | Tue 7 Nov | Auditorium Foyer, E1/E2, Upper Atrium Space | TPO

Lunch, Posters and POC Technologies Demonstrations – Session II


Hypertensive women post-delivery were asked to participate in a study to evaluate mobile health (mhealth) use to monitor vital signs. The purpose of the study was to identify current barriers of implementing Remote Patient Monitoring (RPM) research in postpartum hypertensive women and to discuss strategies for increasing user compliance. Analysis of women who elected to use the mHealth technology expressed low levels of perceived technology barriers. Additionally, they reported higher facilitating conditions and perceived benefits of the technology. Future research should focus on should identify potential user limitations and choose devices that will increase user compliance..

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