Volume 1, 2022



Vladimir Gonchev
Pages: 94-101

ABSTRACT: Introduction: Innovations in digital health instruments, including mobile health applications and wearable sensors, give new hope for health management. They are related to the improvement of human health, the introduction of new approaches to health management and the development of human data science. Many types of digital health tools have contributed to mitigating the impact of the pandemic and are now an established part of the digital health landscape.
Objective: The aim of this research article is to review digital health innovations and to trace their trends in medical and healthcare applications from the perspective of COVID 19.
Materials and methods, Source of information: Searched in the databases of Google, Google Scholar, Medscape, Webmed, Medline, Linkedin, Twitter by keywords: digital health, telemedicine, artificial intelligence Results and Conclusion: Accelerating innovation in digital health tools has led to the rapid introduction of mobile health-related applications. They are becoming an entirely new therapeutic form along with traditional medicines and medical devices. There is compelling evidence that the inclusion of digital health tools is relevant to the treatment of an extended range of health conditions. These include cardiovascular applications for screening for atrial fibrillation and cardiac arrhythmias, CHF management, cardiac rehabilitation, and hypertension; use related to behavioral changes for drug management, exercise, healthy eating and weight management, and smoking cessation; management of some chronic conditions related to pain and infectious and parasitic diseases, including HIV / AIDS.


Keywords: digital health, telemedicine, artificial intelligence, COVID 19


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