«A recent study published in the Journal of Telemedicine and Telecare found that telehealth can be safe and effective when it comes to managing high-risk pregnancies.»
«The meta-analysis, which examined 12 studies published in English and Turkish from 2016 through 2021, sought to examine how virtual care apps could affect maternal and neonatal health outcomes, as well as costs.»
«»It has actually been seen that due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the use of telehealth applications in the monitoring and care of high-risk pregnancies has increased substantially in antenatal health services,» wrote the researchers.»
«»It is for this reason that the need arose for a strong evidence-based examination of the effectiveness of telehealth, and this became the basis for the planning of the present study,» they said.»
Article written by Kat Jercich.
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