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Rationale of a study for patient empowerment and shared decision support for cardiorenal syndrome

dc.contributor.authorRimsevicius, Laurynas
dc.contributor.authorStundys, Domantas
dc.contributor.authorBileisiene, Neringa
dc.contributor.authorMiglinas, Marius
dc.contributor.authorSukackiene, Diana
dc.contributor.authorVaskeviciute, Loreta
dc.contributor.authorPouliliou, Stamatia
dc.contributor.authorPapazoglou, Dimitrios
dc.contributor.authorZagkas, Konstantinos
dc.contributor.authorRoumeliotis, Stefanos
dc.contributor.authorDrosatos, George
dc.contributor.authorPassadakis, Ploumis
dc.contributor.authorKaldoudi, Eleni
dc.description.abstractEarly detection and aggressive management of underlying causes and comorbidities are the most important aspects of cardiorenal syndrome. Preventing progression to end stage renal and/or cardiac deficiency may improve quality of life and help save health care costs. CARRE (Personalized patient empowerment and shared decision support for cardiorenal disease and comorbidities, EU-FP7 funded project, no.611140) employs internet aware sensors and sources of medical evidence to compile a variety of personalized alerting, planning and educational services. Within this project, patients are empowered and can make shared informed decisions.en_UK
dc.publisherLatvian Association of Nephrologyen_UK
dc.relation.ispartofseriesXIII Baltic Nephrology conference;
dc.subjectCardiorenal syndromeen_UK
dc.subjectPatient empowermenten_UK
dc.subjectShared decision supporten_UK
dc.titleRationale of a study for patient empowerment and shared decision support for cardiorenal syndromeen_UK

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