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Published on 01.04.20 in Vol 8, No 4 (2020): April

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Works citing "Clinical Applications of Mobile Health Wearable–Based Sleep Monitoring: Systematic Review"

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  1. Liao L, Wang Y, Tsao Y, Wang I, Jhang D, Chuang C, Chen S. Design and Implementation of a Multifunction Wearable Device to Monitor Sleep Physiological Signals. Micromachines 2020;11(7):672
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  3. Patel SR, Donovan LM. The COVID-19 Pandemic Presents an Opportunity to Reassess the Value of Polysomnography. American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine 2020;202(3):309
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  4. Arora A, Chakraborty P, Bhatia MPS. Analysis of Data from Wearable Sensors for Sleep Quality Estimation and Prediction Using Deep Learning. Arabian Journal for Science and Engineering 2020;
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  5. Xu H, Li P, Yang Z, Liu X, Wang Z, Yan W, He M, Chu W, She Y, Li Y, Cao D, Yan M, Zhang Z. Construction and Application of a Medical-Grade Wireless Monitoring System for Physiological Signals at General Wards. Journal of Medical Systems 2020;44(10)
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