Implementation of a Telegram chatbox and webplatform for hypertension
Expósito Solis, Antonio
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Introduction Hypertension is a disease that if not treated properly can cause serious symptoms or even, depending on the case, can lead to death. That is why a telegram bot has been created so that users suffering from this disease can inform their doctor of the blood pressure taken in their own home and thus facilitate communication between doctor and patient. In addition, it is also more comfortable because it is possible to avoid going to the doctor’s office just to give those values. Objective Develop a useful, easy to use, robust and efficient web application and, mainly, help the user to be able to communicate with their patients and adapt to the particular requirements of the arbitration. Develop an easy to use telegram bot that allows patients to send their information. Methods The usability, robustness and efficiency factors of the web application were evaluated for different devices and operating systems (Windows, iOS). Results After evaluating the different factors and analyzing them to obtain even more positive results, the application behaved well in the face of these factors. Conclusions It is an application that has and will have a great potential due to the comfort it gives to its users both to receive information and to send it. In addition, with the current situation it is the safest for both health personnel and patients.
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