System and method for predicting heart failure decompensation

I.G.L. Cuba Gyllensten (Inventor), R. Joshi (Inventor), H. ter Horst (Inventor)

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Abstract

The present disclosure pertains to a system configured to predict decompensation in a subject with heart failure. The system comprises one or more hardware processors configured by machine-readable instructions to receive weight information, blood pressure information, and heart rate information about the subject; determine one or more weight parameters, one or more blood pressure parameters, and one or more heart rate parameters based on the received information; and predict decompensation in the subject based on the one or more weight parameters, the one or more blood pressure parameters, and the one or more heart rate parameters. Prior art systems use weight parameters alone for such prediction. However, weight parameters alone are often not predictive of decompensation.
LanguageEnglish
Patent numberUS2017100079
Priority date13/10/15
StatePublished - 13 Apr 2017

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Cuba Gyllensten, I. G. L., Joshi, R., & ter Horst, H. (2017). System and method for predicting heart failure decompensation (Patent No. US2017100079 .)
Cuba Gyllensten, I.G.L. (Inventor) ; Joshi, R. (Inventor) ; ter Horst, H. (Inventor). / System and method for predicting heart failure decompensation. Patent No.: US2017100079 .
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