Annual Congress Copenhagen 2005


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Practical and scientific considerations in the use of new electronic technologies for ambulatory monitoring of respiratory disease

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Chairs: P. Enright (Tucson, United States of America), H. Reddel (Camperdown, Australia)
The symposium will describe issues of cost-benefit, quality control, data management, analysis and future directions of electronic and internet-based home monitoring of respiratory conditions in adults and children. At the end of the symposium, participants will be aware of the advantages and limitations of electronic monitoring compared with conventional monitoring in both clinical trials and clinical practice, and will have an overview of the practical, clinical and theoretical issues which should be taken into account when using these technologies.

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1570 Practical research strategies for collecting and analysing electronic adherence data
C. Rand (Baltimore, United States of America)
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1571 Electronic monitoring of symptoms and lung function in asthma
H. Reddel (Camperdown, Australia)
 [+]  Slide presentation Webcast 1572 Telemonitoring for management of asthma and other respiratory condition
L. Makowska Rasmussen (Copenhagen, Denmark)
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1573 Activity monitoring in daily life in patients with COPD
F. De Oliveira Pitta (Leuven, Belgium)
 [+]  Slide presentation Webcast 1574 Clinical applications of electronic monitoring - potential and pitfalls
J. Paton (Glasgow, United Kingdom)
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