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Using Google Glass in Surgical Settings: Systematic Review

Using Google Glass in Surgical Settings: Systematic Review

However, wearable devices retain the added benefits of sustained hands-free portability and real-time ubiquitous access to data [3] compared with mobile phones or computers.

Nancy J Wei, Bryn Dougherty, Aundria Myers, Sherif M Badawy

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2018;6(3):e54


Accuracy and Precision of Three Consumer-Grade Motion Sensors During Overground and Treadmill Walking in People With Parkinson Disease: Cross-Sectional Comparative Study

Accuracy and Precision of Three Consumer-Grade Motion Sensors During Overground and Treadmill Walking in People With Parkinson Disease: Cross-Sectional Comparative Study

Wearable motion sensors have been applied for monitoring and promoting free-living ambulatory physical activity based on the outcome of steps taken per unit time among people with Parkinson disease (PD) [1].

Byron Lai, Jeffer E Sasaki, Brenda Jeng, Katie L Cederberg, Marcas M Bamman, Robert W Motl

JMIR Rehabil Assist Technol 2020;7(1):e14059


The Effectiveness of Lower-Limb Wearable Technology for Improving Activity and Participation in Adult Stroke Survivors: A Systematic Review

The Effectiveness of Lower-Limb Wearable Technology for Improving Activity and Participation in Adult Stroke Survivors: A Systematic Review

Therefore inexpensive, externally wearable, commercially available sensors have become a more viable option for independent home-based poststroke rehabilitation [11].

Lauren Powell, Jack Parker, Marrissa Martyn St-James, Susan Mawson

J Med Internet Res 2016;18(10):e259


Accuracy of mHealth Devices for Atrial Fibrillation Screening: Systematic Review

Accuracy of mHealth Devices for Atrial Fibrillation Screening: Systematic Review

Despite the fact that behavior does not change by purchasing a wearable device or smartphone, these devices can contribute to a healthier and more active lifestyle [15].

Godwin Denk Giebel, Christian Gissel

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2019;7(6):e13641


Using Google Glass in Nonsurgical Medical Settings: Systematic Review

Using Google Glass in Nonsurgical Medical Settings: Systematic Review

Wearable technology is defined as any compact device, either in the form of a body sensor or head-mounted display, which provides a user information and allows user interaction via voice command or physical input [1].

Bryn Dougherty, Sherif M Badawy

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2017;5(10):e159


Motivations and Key Features for a Wearable Device for Continuous Monitoring of Breathing: A Web-Based Survey

Motivations and Key Features for a Wearable Device for Continuous Monitoring of Breathing: A Web-Based Survey

The survey was designed to assess participant’s current use of technology, to explore their readiness to use a wearable, and to understand their attitude toward the potential usefulness of wearable technologies for monitoring breathing.

Joseph Barry Prinable, Juliet M Foster, Alistair L McEwan, Paul M Young, Euan Tovey, Cindy Thamrin

JMIR Biomed Eng 2017;2(1):e1


Methodological Shortcomings of Wrist-Worn Heart Rate Monitors Validations

Methodological Shortcomings of Wrist-Worn Heart Rate Monitors Validations

Wearable sensor technology could have an important role for clinical research and in delivering health care [1].

Francesco Sartor, Gabriele Papini, Lieke Gertruda Elisabeth Cox, John Cleland

J Med Internet Res 2018;20(7):e10108