Nuria Barrios Campo
Nuria Barrios Campo
12 / 2022 – 06 / 2023
Mobile and electronic health technology is rapidly available today. It offers benefits such as the possibility to deliver individual and tailored care at any time. Women are referring to the Internet, social media, and smartphone applicatoins to look for health information with the goal of improving health during pregnancy [1, 2]. However, scarce information is available regarding whether these platforms can result in evidenced benefits . Although widespread, little previous work has investigated symptom trackers and the reliability of self-tracked symptoms [4-6]. In clinical practice, symptoms are usually assessed by physicians or validated questionnaires [1, 7]. Nevertheless, analysis of existing data as well as retrospective study design can greatly benefit perinatal outcomes investigation .
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