Heart disease: Mobile Phones could be timely, prevent deaths

Although use of mobile phones can help save lives of those who suddenly get heart attacks, only 3 in ten people in developing countries such as Kenya apply the device to text medics of their heart conditions.

According to the experts attending the World Congress of Cardiology in Melbourne, Australia, widespread use of mobile phones in addition to other technologies such as the internet provide the opportunity to manage and control cardiovascular diseases (CVD) in primary care and secondary care settings. Read more