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A Comparison of Blood Pressure Data Obtained From Wearable, Ambulatory, and Home Blood Pressure Monitoring Devices: Prospective Validation Study

A Comparison of Blood Pressure Data Obtained From Wearable, Ambulatory, and Home Blood Pressure Monitoring Devices: Prospective Validation Study

Therefore, wearable devices’ use for clinical purposes has not been established.A number of studies have reported validation of wearable cuffless BP devices and smartphone sensors against cuff-based BP measurements [15,17,18].

Sheikh Mohammed Shariful Islam, Ralph Maddison

JMIR Data 2020;1(1):e22436


Wearable Health Devices in Health Care: Narrative Systematic Review

Wearable Health Devices in Health Care: Narrative Systematic Review

This study reviews the current application of wearable devices in health care. In addition to daily health and safety monitoring, the focus of our work is mainly on the use of wearable devices in clinical practice.

Lin Lu, Jiayao Zhang, Yi Xie, Fei Gao, Song Xu, Xinghuo Wu, Zhewei Ye

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2020;8(11):e18907


Barriers and Opportunities for Using Wearable Devices to Increase Physical Activity Among Veterans: Pilot Study

Barriers and Opportunities for Using Wearable Devices to Increase Physical Activity Among Veterans: Pilot Study

In particular, there is growing interest in the potential of wearable activity tracking devices to facilitate increased physical activity.

Rebecca H Kim, Mitesh S Patel

JMIR Form Res 2018;2(2):e10945


A Cardiopulmonary Monitoring System for Patient Transport Within Hospitals Using Mobile Internet of Things Technology: Observational Validation Study

A Cardiopulmonary Monitoring System for Patient Transport Within Hospitals Using Mobile Internet of Things Technology: Observational Validation Study

To address these questions, we collected biometrics data during the transport of respiratory medicine inpatients using wearable devices and a mobile app.

Jang Ho Lee, Yu Rang Park, Solbi Kweon, Seulgi Kim, Wonjun Ji, Chang-Min Choi

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2018;6(11):e12048


Bringing Health and Fitness Data Together for Connected Health Care: Mobile Apps as Enablers of Interoperability

Bringing Health and Fitness Data Together for Connected Health Care: Mobile Apps as Enablers of Interoperability

Improvements to wearable devices are occurring at a fast pace and newer models integrate improved sensors.

Valerie Gay, Peter Leijdekkers

J Med Internet Res 2015;17(11):e260


Acceptance of Commercially Available Wearable Activity Trackers Among Adults Aged Over 50 and With Chronic Illness: A Mixed-Methods Evaluation

Acceptance of Commercially Available Wearable Activity Trackers Among Adults Aged Over 50 and With Chronic Illness: A Mixed-Methods Evaluation

There are many terms for the trackers, including electronic activity monitors, fitness trackers, wearable activity monitors, and wearables, but generally speaking, wearable activity trackers are devices that use sensors to help users automatically track step

Kathryn Mercer, Lora Giangregorio, Eric Schneider, Parmit Chilana, Melissa Li, Kelly Grindrod

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2016;4(1):e7


Long-Term Weight Management Using Wearable Technology in Overweight and Obese Adults: Systematic Review

Long-Term Weight Management Using Wearable Technology in Overweight and Obese Adults: Systematic Review

Wearable devices have only demonstrated a statistically significant weight loss lasting for a few weeks, which greatly reduces the potential usefulness of these devices [7].

Emily Fawcett, Michelle Helena Van Velthoven, Edward Meinert

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2020;8(3):e13461