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A Survey of Smartwatches in Remote Health Monitoring

Christine E. King, Majid Sarrafzadeh
2017 Journal of Healthcare Informatics Research  
To this end, we conducted a systematic review of peer-reviewed smartwatch studies related to health care by searching PubMed, EBSCOHost, Springer, Elsevier, Pro-Quest, IEEE Xplore, and ACM Digital Library  ...  In conclusion, although smartwatches show promise in health care, significant research on much larger populations is necessary to determine their acceptability and effectiveness in these applications.  ...  Author Contributions MS had the idea to write a systematic review on smartwatches in health care, CEK and MS performed the review and analysis, CEK wrote the article, and MS is the guarantor of the review  ... 
doi:10.1007/s41666-017-0012-7 pmid:30035250 fatcat:lmf4ycnhqncxflslxktyv3gg4q

Treating anxiety after stroke (TASK): the feasibility phase of a novel web-enabled randomised controlled trial

Ho-Yan Yvonne Chun, Alan J. Carson, Martin S. Dennis, Gillian E. Mead, William N. Whiteley
2018 Pilot and Feasibility Studies  
We will assess the (1) recruitment number per month; (2) percentage completion of electronic consent; (3) time taken for remote eligibility confirmation; (4) percentage completion of follow-up surveys:  ...  smartwatches to obtain continuous data of rest/activity.  ...  Acknowledgements We acknowledge the surgical informatics team at the Centre for Medical informatics, Usher Institute, University of Edinburgh, for their assistance with REDCap.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s40814-018-0329-x pmid:30128164 pmcid:PMC6092858 fatcat:5ovfjpzix5edpornzrytkhhota

Passive Detection of Atrial Fibrillation Using a Commercially Available Smartwatch

Geoffrey H. Tison, José M. Sanchez, Brandon Ballinger, Avesh Singh, Jeffrey E. Olgin, Mark J. Pletcher, Eric Vittinghoff, Emily S. Lee, Shannon M. Fan, Rachel A. Gladstone, Carlos Mikell, Nimit Sohoni (+2 others)
2018 JAMA cardiology  
A readily accessible means to continuously monitor for AF could prevent large numbers of strokes and death. OBJECTIVE To develop and validate a deep neural network to detect AF using smartwatch data.  ...  A total of 9750 participants enrolled in the Health eHeart Study and 51 patients undergoing cardioversion at the University of California, San Francisco, were enrolled between February 2016 and March 2017  ...  Results Remote Cohort We enrolled 9750 Health eHeart Study participants with an Apple Watch who downloaded the Cardiogram mobile application, completed an intake survey, and linked their Cardiogram account  ... 
doi:10.1001/jamacardio.2018.0136 pmid:29562087 pmcid:PMC5875390 fatcat:mhaqy7hr2neirj4dgq6ircrk6i

Feasibility of Using a Smartwatch to Intensively Monitor Patients With Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease: Prospective Cohort Study

Robert Wu, Daniyal Liaqat, Eyal de Lara, Tatiana Son, Frank Rudzicz, Hisham Alshaer, Pegah Abed-Esfahani, Andrea S Gershon
2018 JMIR mHealth and uHealth  
They were also asked to complete a daily symptom diary. At the end of the study period, participants were asked what would motivate them to regularly use a wearable for monitoring of their COPD.  ...  Survey, heart rate, and activity data were available for an average of 64.5, 65.1, and 60.2 days respectively.  ...  Acknowledgments This study was supported by the Innovation Fund of the Alternative Funding Plan for the Academic Health Sciences Centres of Ontario.  ... 
doi:10.2196/10046 pmid:29903700 pmcid:PMC6024103 fatcat:k7cki6td4nehrobvt52kuzlbfy

A Sensor-Based mHealth Platform for Remote Monitoring and Intervention of Frailty Patients at Home

Jorge Calvillo-Arbizu, David Naranjo-Hernández, Gerardo Barbarov-Rostán, Alejandro Talaminos-Barroso, Laura M. Roa-Romero, Javier Reina-Tosina
2021 International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health  
This paper describes a sensor-based mHealth platform integrated in a service-based architecture inside the FRAIL project towards the remote monitoring and intervention of pre-frail and frail patients at  ...  After the promising results obtained, future steps of this work involve performing a clinical validation in order to quantify the impact of the platform on health outcomes of frail patients.  ...  Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/ijerph182111730 pmid:34770244 pmcid:PMC8583636 fatcat:qdabew5gjff33icmlbfmppcfl4

Design and Preliminary Findings From a New Electronic Cohort Embedded in the Framingham Heart Study

David D McManus, Ludovic Trinquart, Emelia J Benjamin, Emily S Manders, Kelsey Fusco, Lindsey S Jung, Nicole L Spartano, Vik Kheterpal, Christopher Nowak, Mayank Sardana, Joanne M Murabito
2019 Journal of Medical Internet Research  
New models of scalable population-based data collection that integrate digital and mobile health (mHealth) data are necessary.  ...  Acknowledgments This study was supported by an award from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (number 74624) and a grant from the National Heart Lung and Blood Institute (R01HL141434); investigator time  ...  We report acceptable rates of initial enrollment, high rates of home digital survey completion using a novel eFHS smartphone app, high rates of home HR monitoring using a smartwatch, and modest rates of  ... 
doi:10.2196/12143 pmid:30821691 pmcid:PMC6418484 fatcat:gavm3z2wsncc5ln5uiucskkmou

Factors Influencing Health Wearables Adoption and Usage in Saudi Arabia

Mohammed Hokroh, Gill Green, Mochamad Soleton
2020 Türk Turizm Araştırmaları Dergisi  
A total of 104 users were surveyed to test the research hypothesis. Structural Equation Modelling (SEM) was applied to model the research hypotheses and estimate the regressing weights.  ...  Accordingly, the objective of this research study is to explore the factors that influence the adoption and use of wearable health technology in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia utilizing an extended version  ...  Hsiaoa and Chenb (2018) explored the factors that influence users' intention to purchase Apple smartwatches in Taiwan through a survey of 260 users.  ... 
doi:10.26677/tr1010.2020.604 fatcat:575k5zxos5hudbdgq26teazuwi

Smart Health Internet of Thing for Continuous Glucose Monitoring: A Survey

Nuhu Yusuf, Abubakar Tafawa Balewa University Bauchi, Bauchi, Bauchi State, 234, NIGERIA, Aminu Hamza, Rilwan Sabo Muhammad, aryam Aminu Suleiman, Zainab Aminu Abubakar, Abubakar Tafawa Balewa University Bauchi, Bauchi, Bauchi State, 234, NIGERIA, Abubakar Tafawa Balewa University Bauchi, Bauchi, Bauchi State, 234, NIGERIA, Abubakar Tafawa Balewa University Bauchi, Bauchi, Bauchi State, 234, NIGERIA, Abubakar Tafawa Balewa University Bauchi, Bauchi, Bauchi State, 234, NIGERIA
2020 International Journal of Integrated Engineering  
To help understand this challenge, a comprehensive survey focused on smart health internet of thing methods for continuous glucose monitoring was conducted.  ...  Smart health is one of the categories of a health monitoring system that uses Smartphone's and sensors to effectively monitor patient health status.  ...  Although remote monitoring has similarity with tracking structure, the sensors can be embedded on a device in remote monitoring to measure patient health status.  ... 
doi:10.30880/ijie.2020.12.07.006 fatcat:oyjemaiu3fhnhlwupivesugrp4

SPARK: Personalized Parkinson Disease Interventions through Synergy between a Smartphone and a Smartwatch [chapter]

Vinod Sharma, Kunal Mankodiya, Fernando De La Torre, Ada Zhang, Neal Ryan, Thanh G. N. Ton, Rajeev Gandhi, Samay Jain
2014 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Diverging from current form of laboratory-ridden wearable sensor technologies, we have developed SPARK, a framework that leverages a synergistic combination of Smartphone and Smartwatch in monitoring multidimensional  ...  Initial case series that use SPARK framework show promising results of monitoring multidimensional PD symptoms and provide a glimpse of its potential use in real-world, personalized PD interventions.  ...  We are very thankful to all of our study participants for their support in collecting experimental data.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-07635-5_11 fatcat:vti57dmv5zeyrlmynobcqc244u

77 Routine outpatients visits during SARS-CoV2 global pandemic

Teresa Fedele, Silvia Orefice, Ludovica Fiorillo, Vittoria Cuomo, Valentina Capone, Ofelia Casciano, Federica Luciano, Mario Enrico Canonico, Ciro Santoro, Roberta Esposito
2020 European Heart Journal, Supplement  
Tele-health is a relatively new, and yet fundamental amid the current crisis, resource to bridge the gap between phisicians and patients.  ...  We also followed a self-made preset form. 31 of them (26%) experienced cardiovascular symptoms/events during this period: 11 had hypertensive peaks, in one case associated with nausea and vomiting while  ...  Conclusion: The perception of the health status (both physical and emotional), of patients with PAH can be improved by telemedicine nursing telephone follow-up; remote monitoring could better improve outpatient  ... 
doi:10.1093/eurheartj/suaa208 fatcat:7c2go4kzsjgg3iafmyylarfjsy

Core Concept: In the wake of COVID-19, decentralized clinical trials move to center stage

Marcus A. Banks
2021 Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America  
Flaherty says a high priority in the early days of Smartwatches are among the technologies that can facilitate large, decentralized trials.  ...  Patients monitor aspects of their health as they go about their daily lives. Image credit: Shutterstock/Andrey_Popov.  ...  Connected sensors such as smartwatches, wireless blood pressure cuffs, or home-based sleep monitors could, in theory, bridge this gap (8) .  ... 
doi:10.1073/pnas.2119097118 pmid:34789570 pmcid:PMC8617428 fatcat:ohe47dm7bngyxmg7zoy2xposhy

Digitally enhanced recovery from severe COVID-19: a new frontier?

Alexander Hunter, Todd Leckie, Daniel Fitzpatrick, Anacarolina Goncalves, Alan Richardson, Luke Hodgson
2021 Future healthcare journal  
During the first wave of intensive care unit admissions with COVID-19, in response to the constraints of social distancing we introduced a new digitally enabled critical care rehabilitation pathway.  ...  Using smartwatch technology, this pathway rapidly enabled our multidisciplinary team to observe the recovery of a COVID-19 cohort across eight NHS acute hospitals across the south of England.  ...  The potential for using smartphones/wearable technology in health is well recognised, 1 with feasibility assessed in a growing number of studies, 2, 3 particularly in chronic diseases. 4 However,  ... 
doi:10.7861/fhj.2020-0271 pmid:34286209 pmcid:PMC8285128 fatcat:p2y3y6oaufbqtgcjjmqwqs46hu

A remote healthcare monitoring framework for diabetes prediction using machine learning

Jayroop Ramesh, Raafat Aburukba, Assim Sagahyroon
2021 Healthcare technology letters  
This work proposes an end-to-end remote monitoring framework for automated diabetes risk prediction and management, using personal health devices, smart wearables and smartphones.  ...  Diabetes is a metabolic disease that affects millions of people each year. It is associated with an increased likelihood of vital organ failures and decreased quality of life.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENT This research was funded by the American University of Sharjah FRG grant FRG17-R-20.  ... 
doi:10.1049/htl2.12010 pmid:34035925 pmcid:PMC8136765 fatcat:rspczw6a5fhqpi2durt6a26yjy

Potential Applications of Mobile and Wearable Devices for Psychological Support During the COVID-19 Pandemic: A Review

Kawisara Ueafuea, Chiraphat Boonnag, Thapanun Sudhawiyangkul, Pitshaporn Leelaarporn, Ameen Gulistan, Wei Chen, Subhas Chandra Mukhopadhyay, Theerawit Wilaiprasitporn, Supanida Piyayotai
2020 IEEE Sensors Journal  
We conclude that the COVID-19 pandemic has inflicted a significant toll on the mental health of the population, leading to an upsurge in reports of pathological stress, depression, anxiety, and insomnia  ...  The purposes of this scoping review are to summarize evidence on the sweeping impact of COVID-19 on mental health as well as to evaluate the merits of the devices for remote psychological support.  ...  In this section, the impact on mental health as a consequence of the current pandemic and the monitoring of mental health using smart devices, i.e., mobile phones and smartwatches, are emphasized.  ... 
doi:10.1109/jsen.2020.3046259 fatcat:6bbd6y46jrfv3mwi2dlf5r4mmq

Healthcare Applications of Smart Watches

Tsung-Chien Lu, Chia-Ming Fu, Matthew Ma, Cheng-Chung Fang, Anne Turner
2016 Applied Clinical Informatics  
A large proportion of the identified studies focused on applications involving health monitoring for the elderly (6, 25%).  ...  While smart watch technology supplied with biosensors has potential to be useful in a variety of healthcare applications, rigorous research with their use in clinical settings is needed.  ...  Taylor, PhD, and Kristin Dew, MS for their assisting with preparation of the manuscript and critical review.  ... 
doi:10.4338/aci-2016-03-r-0042 pmid:27623763 pmcid:PMC5052554 fatcat:hrmi2tx6uzfkdehg3jptjo6doy
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