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Published on 12.04.18 in Vol 6, No 4 (2018): April

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Works citing "Evaluating the Validity of Current Mainstream Wearable Devices in Fitness Tracking Under Various Physical Activities: Comparative Study"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/mhealth.9754):

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  1. Aroganam G, Manivannan N, Harrison D. Review on Wearable Technology Sensors Used in Consumer Sport Applications. Sensors 2019;19(9):1983
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  2. Weichenthal S, Hatzopoulou M, Brauer M. A picture tells a thousand…exposures: Opportunities and challenges of deep learning image analyses in exposure science and environmental epidemiology. Environment International 2019;122:3
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  3. Yilmaz T, Foster R, Hao Y. Radio-Frequency and Microwave Techniques for Non-Invasive Measurement of Blood Glucose Levels. Diagnostics 2019;9(1):6
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  4. Witt DR, Kellogg RA, Snyder MP, Dunn J. Windows into human health through wearables data analytics. Current Opinion in Biomedical Engineering 2019;9:28
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  5. Nelson BW, Allen NB. Accuracy of Consumer Wearable Heart Rate Measurement During an Ecologically Valid 24-Hour Period: Intraindividual Validation Study. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2019;7(3):e10828
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  6. Wu J, Ho T, Chang Y, Hsu C, Tsai CJ, Lai F, Lin M. Wearable-Based Mobile Health App in Gastric Cancer Patients for Postoperative Physical Activity Monitoring: Focus Group Study. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2019;7(4):e11989
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  7. Tedesco S, Sica M, Ancillao A, Timmons S, Barton J, O'Flynn B. Validity Evaluation of the Fitbit Charge2 and the Garmin VivoSmart HR+ in Free-Living Environments in an Old Adult Cohort (Preprint). JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2018;
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  8. Liao Y, Schembre S. Acceptability of Continuous Glucose Monitoring in Free-Living Healthy Individuals: Implications for the Use of Wearable Biosensors in Diet and Physical Activity Research. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2018;6(10):e11181
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  9. Jia Y, Wang W, Wen D, Liang L, Gao L, Lei J. Perceived user preferences and usability evaluation of mainstream wearable devices for health monitoring. PeerJ 2018;6:e5350
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  10. Liang J, Xian D, Liu X, Fu J, Zhang X, Tang B, Lei J. Usability Study of Mainstream Wearable Fitness Devices: Feature Analysis and System Usability Scale Evaluation. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2018;6(11):e11066
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