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A Fall Risk mHealth App for Older Adults: Development and Usability Study

A Fall Risk mHealth App for Older Adults: Development and Usability Study

A 5-point Likert scale was used, with higher scores indicating greater usability. Demographic information of all participants. a N/A: not applicable. In the first iteration, balance confidence was presented as a slide bar.

Katherine L Hsieh, Jason T Fanning, Wendy A Rogers, Tyler A Wood, Jacob J Sosnoff

JMIR Aging 2018;1(2):e11569


Usability and Acceptability of a Home Blood Pressure Telemonitoring Device Among Community-Dwelling Senior Citizens With Hypertension: Qualitative Study

Usability and Acceptability of a Home Blood Pressure Telemonitoring Device Among Community-Dwelling Senior Citizens With Hypertension: Qualitative Study

The custom-built Technomed telemonitoring system consists of 5 components: (1) a commercially available, Bluetooth-enabled oscillometric BP monitor (A&D Medical UA-651 BLE, supplied with cuff size medium [23-37 cm, UA-290] or large [31-45 cm, UA-291]); (2) a

Lauren Albrecht, Peter W Wood, Miriam Fradette, Finlay A. McAlister, Doreen Rabi, Pierre Boulanger, Raj Padwal

JMIR Aging 2018;1(2):e10975


Impact of Internet Use on Loneliness and Contact with Others Among Older Adults: Cross-Sectional Analysis

Impact of Internet Use on Loneliness and Contact with Others Among Older Adults: Cross-Sectional Analysis

Approximately half of individuals aged 65 and older use the Internet, with 70% of users reporting going online on a usual day [49]. This group is still the least likely to use a computer at home [50].

Shelia R. Cotten, William A. Anderson, Brandi M. McCullough

J Med Internet Res 2013;15(2):e39


Public Awareness of Uterine Power Morcellation Through US Food and Drug Administration Communications: Analysis of Google Trends Search Term Patterns

Public Awareness of Uterine Power Morcellation Through US Food and Drug Administration Communications: Analysis of Google Trends Search Term Patterns

Morcellation was a seemingly attractive option to minimize the size of incision needed to remove a uterine specimen and decrease postoperative pain, length of hospital stay, and potential risk of hernia.

Lauren N Wood, Juzar Jamnagerwalla, Melissa A Markowitz, D Joseph Thum, Philip McCarty, Andrew R Medendorp, Shlomo Raz, Ja-Hong Kim

JMIR Public Health Surveill 2018;4(2):e47