Vol 28, No 2 (2021)
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Boosting telemedicine through remote monitoring of cardiac electronic devices during the Italian COVID-19 outbreak

Giacomo Mugnai1, Andrea Volpiana1, Stefano Cavedon1, Carla Paolini1, Cosimo Perrone1, Claudio Bilato1
Pubmed: 33634839
Cardiol J 2021;28(2):336-338.

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