Clinical Utility of HeartLogic, a Multiparametric Telemonitoring System, in Heart Failure

Juan Carlos López-Azor, Noelia de la Torre, María Dolores García Cosío Carmena, Pedro Caravaca Pérez, Catalina Munera, Irene Marco Clement, Rocío Cózar León, Jesús Álvarez-García, Marta Pachón, Fernando Arribas Ynsaurriaga, Rafael Salguero Bodes, Juan Francisco Delgado Jiménez, Javier de Juan Bagudá

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Telemonitoring through multiple variables measured on cardiac devices has the potential to improve the follow-up of patients with heart failure. The HeartLogic algorithm (Boston Scientific), implemented in some implantable cardiac defibrillators and cardiac resynchronisation therapy, allows monitoring of the nocturnal heart rate, respiratory movements, thoracic impedance, physical activity and the intensity of heart tones, with the aim of predicting major clinical events. Although HeartLogic has demonstrated high sensitivity for the detection of heart failure decompensations, its effects on hospitalisation and mortality in randomised clinical trials has not yet been corroborated. This review details how the HeartLogic algorithm works, compiles available evidence from clinical studies, and discusses its application in daily clinical practice.

Original languageEnglish
Article numbere13
JournalCardiac Failure Review
StatePublished - 2022
Externally publishedYes


  • Cardiac resynchronisation therapy
  • Heart failure
  • Heartlogic
  • Hospitalisation
  • Icd
  • Remote monitoring


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