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New strategies of physical activity assessment in cystic fibrosis: a pilot study

Daniela Savi, Luigi Graziano, Barbara Giordani, Stefano Schiavetto, Corrado De Vito, Giuseppe Migliara, Nicholas J. Simmonds, Paolo Palange, J. Stuart Elborn
2020 BMC Pulmonary Medicine  
Results There was a good agreement between SWA and Fitbit for number of steps (p = 0.605) and energy expenditure (p = 0.143). iOS smartphones were similar to SWA in monitoring the number of steps (p =  ...  Background Regular physical activity (PA) is a valued part of cystic fibrosis (CF) care.  ...  Acknowledgements The authors would like to express their gratitude to physiotherapist Dario Asciutti and Marco Rivolta for the stimulating discussion we had on this study.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s12890-020-01313-5 pmid:33126875 fatcat:c5dy6x44nnba3ptzfau4ovy24y

Monitoring Physical Activity and Mental Stress Using Wrist-Worn Device and a Smartphone [chapter]

Božidara Cvetković, Martin Gjoreski, Jure Šorn, Pavel Maslov, Mitja Luštrek
2017 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
The paper presents a smartphone application for monitoring physical activity and mental stress.  ...  The evaluation showed that we recognize a wide range of atomic activities with an accuracy of 87 %, and that we outperform the state-of-the art consumer devices in the estimation of energy expenditure.  ...  Wearable devices and mobile applications with accurate monitoring of physical activity and mental stress modules could offer such solutions.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-71273-4_42 fatcat:fbbd2hc4gjaejir5squk66ujwi

Validity of the Samsung Phone S Health application for assessing steps and energy expenditure during walking and running: Does phone placement matter?

Marquell Johnson, Jillian Turek, Chelsea Dornfeld, Jennifer Drews, Nicole Hansen
2016 Digital Health  
Steps and energy expenditure from the S Health app were compared with StepWatch 3 Step Activity Monitor steps and indirect calorimetry.  ...  The emergence of mHealth and the utilization of smartphones in physical activity interventions warrant a closer examination of validity evidence for such technology.  ...  There have been very few studies that have examined the accuracy of smartphone devices with commercially available or privately developed apps to measure physical activity (steps or energy expenditure)  ... 
doi:10.1177/2055207616652747 pmid:29942556 pmcid:PMC6001243 fatcat:4a3h2qdlljcmhpxnxwdh4hefu4

How to Measure Sedentary Behavior at Work?

Gil Boudet, Pierre Chausse, David Thivel, Sylvie Rousset, Martial Mermillod, Julien S. Baker, Lenise M. Parreira, Yolande Esquirol, Martine Duclos, Frédéric Dutheil
2019 Frontiers in Public Health  
There are many subjective (questionnaires) and objective methods (monitoring with wearable devices) available to determine SB.  ...  For smaller groups, SB at work can be objectively measured with wearable devices (accelerometers, heart-rate monitors, pressure meters, goniometers, electromyography meters, gas-meters) and the results  ...  HR monitors are able to capture energy expenditure during working activities and to categorize levels of physical activity.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpubh.2019.00167 pmid:31355172 pmcid:PMC6633074 fatcat:tbnqptq3kvcghfbjyggqdetq3u

Comparing the Validity of a GPS Monitor and a Smartphone Application to Measure Physical Activity

Manolis Adamakis
2017 Journal of Mobile Technology in Medicine  
The participant wore the Garmin GPS on the left wrist and a smartphone with the Runkeeper application activated on the left arm.  ...  Distance was compared against an objectively measured distance with three different methods and energy expenditure estimates for each monitor was evaluated relative to criterion values concurrently obtained  ...  It has the ability to track running and walking sessions separately and calculate energy expenditure based on these activities.  ... 
doi:10.7309/jmtm.6.2.4 fatcat:ifvo7ig62vfovdqi5cmr7itu7m

Scientifically validated applications for monitoring the practice of physical activities and energy expenditure using the smartphone accelerometer: a integrative review

Nicoli Bertti Zanin, William Tsutomu Watanabe, Wilson Rogério Rescigno, Márcio Tadashi Ishizaki, Robson Rodrigues da Silva, Daniel Gustavo Goroso
2021 Research, Society and Development  
Conclusion: The results induced the effectiveness of smartphone's accelerometer to recognize physical activity and energy expenditure.  ...  Mobile technologies, especially smartphone applications, have contributed a lot in the area of health and physical activity, but there is an increasing concern with the validation criteria of these tools  ...  The search in the databases was carried out using the following keywords: Apps, smartphone, energy expenditure, accelerometry, physical activity, smartphone software, mobile application.  ... 
doi:10.33448/rsd-v10i13.21399 fatcat:obydh42ztrc3fdyy6captja63u

Energy Expenditure Estimation using Smartphone Body Sensors

Amit Pande, Yunze Zeng, Aveek Das, Prasant Mohapatra, Sheridan Miyamoto, Edmund Seto, Erik Henricson, Jay Han
2013 Proceedings of the 8th International Conference on Body Area Networks  
Energy Expenditure Estimation (EEE) is an important step in tracking personal activity and preventing chronic diseases such as obesity, diabetes and cardiovascular diseases.  ...  Using Artificial Neural Networks, a machine learning technique, we build a generic regression model for EEE that yields upto 89% correlation with actual Energy Expenditure (EE).  ...  Heart rate monitors have been used as stand-alone devices or along with accelerometer sensors to collect data and predict energy expenditure.  ... 
doi:10.4108/icst.bodynets.2013.253699 dblp:conf/bodynets/PandeZDMMSHH13 fatcat:nw6zee7yffcdvig752a4toz4cy

Estimation of Physical Activity Level and Ambient Condition Thresholds for Respiratory Health using Smartphone Sensors [article]

Chinazunwa Uwaoma
2021 arXiv   pre-print
The calculations are based on the correlation between Signal Magnitude Area (SMA) and Energy Expenditure (EE).  ...  Maintaining a balance by monitoring the type and the level of physical activities of affected individuals, could help in reducing the cost and burden of managing respiratory ailments.  ...  and gadgets to estimate energy expenditure with the attendant practical limitations.  ... 
arXiv:2112.09068v1 fatcat:3rdbd2utivd3nddvweqgatejm4

Validation of Wearable Devices to Measure Energy Consumption

Ji-Soo Ryu, Jung-Jun Park
2020 The Asian Journal of Kinesiology  
Fitbit Surge did not correlate with the gas analyzer for measuring energy expenditure under any conditions, and significantly overestimated energy expenditure.  ...  CONCLUSION The validity of energy expenditure measurement during outdoor activities using wearable devices is still low, and more valid motion detection sensors and algorithms need to be developed.  ...  The founding sponsors had no role in the design of the study; in the collection, analyses, or interpretation of data; in the writing of the manuscript, and in the decision to publish the results.  ... 
doi:10.15758/ajk.2020.22.1.33 fatcat:krzdbhcw4jchpfb7veddcj4u7e

Preliminary Validation Study of Consumer-level Activity Monitors and Mobile Applications for Step Counting under Free Living Conditions

Manolis Adamakis
2017 Journal of Mobile Technology in Medicine  
The last decade's technological advances have spurred a continuously increasing interest in objective monitoring of physical activity with the use of wearable devices.  ...  smartphones, under free-living conditions.  ...  any organisation for the submitted work; no financial relationships with any organisations that might have an interest in the submitted work in the previous 3 years; no other relationships or activities  ... 
doi:10.7309/jmtm.6.1.4 fatcat:heg7yvkr6rhabcp3gouvxr3ny4

How consumer physical activity monitors could transform human physiology research

Stephen P. Wright, Tyish S. Hall Brown, Scott R. Collier, Kathryn Sandberg
2017 American Journal of Physiology. Regulatory Integrative and Comparative Physiology  
How consumer physical activity monitors could transform human physiology research.  ...  Collier, and K. Sandberg), and R01-HL-119380 (to K. Sandberg). DISCLOSURES No conflicts of interest, financial or otherwise, are declared by the authors.  ...  Mellman for his review and valuable feedback and recommendations for the manuscript. GRANTS This work was supported by the following National Institutes of Health grants: TL1-TR001431 (to S. P.  ... 
doi:10.1152/ajpregu.00349.2016 pmid:28052867 pmcid:PMC5401997 fatcat:7fhtgmnywjd3hd6nux4cm6w7p4

Tracking the Evolution of Smartphone Sensing for Monitoring Human Movement

Michael del Rosario, Stephen Redmond, Nigel Lovell
2015 Sensors  
As a result, algorithms initially developed for WAMs that "count" steps (i.e., pedometers); gauge physical activity levels; indirectly estimate energy expenditure and monitor human movement can be utilised  ...  Smartphones are equipped with comparatively advanced computing capabilities, a global positioning system (GPS) receivers, and sensing capabilities (i.e., an inertial measurement unit (IMU) and more recently  ...  Wearable sensors have garnered much attention in recent decades for their ability to non-invasively estimate energy expenditure [3] and remotely monitor physical movement [4] ; all of which are crucial  ... 
doi:10.3390/s150818901 pmid:26263998 pmcid:PMC4570352 fatcat:dw27m56y6bgebcnhjo4kal7qsi

Energy Expenditure Estimation DEMO Application [chapter]

Božidara Cvetković, Simon Kozina, Boštjan Kaluža, Mitja Luštrek
2013 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
The paper presents two prototypes for the estimation of human energy expenditure during normal daily activities and exercise.  ...  The first prototype employs two dedicated inertial sensors attached to the user's chest and thigh and a heart rate monitor.  ...  Energy Expenditure Estimation Using Dedicated Sensors This system uses two types of sensors: two tri-axial accelerometer placed on the chest and thigh, and a heart rate monitor.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-03647-2_25 fatcat:n62ayiujjjfltphcgcijnlpb3u

Using Smartphone Sensors for Improving Energy Expenditure Estimation

Amit Pande, Jindan Zhu, Aveek K. Das, Yunze Zeng, Prasant Mohapatra, Jay J. Han
2015 IEEE Journal of Translational Engineering in Health and Medicine  
Energy expenditure (EE) estimation is an important factor in tracking personal activity and preventing chronic diseases, such as obesity and diabetes.  ...  INDEX TERMS Accelerometer, barometer, energy expenditure, machine learning.  ...  Heart rate monitors have also been used as stand-alone devices or along with accelerometer sensors to collect data and predict energy expenditure.  ... 
doi:10.1109/jtehm.2015.2480082 pmid:27170901 pmcid:PMC4848104 fatcat:norft2cybfh73iflbcl6ngieka

Energy expenditure estimation with wearable accelerometers

Mitja Lustrek, Bozidara Cvetkovic, Simon Kozina
2012 2012 IEEE International Symposium on Circuits and Systems  
This paper presents a method for human activity recognition and energy expenditure estimation with two tri-axial accelerometers.  ...  In the CHIRON project we aim to monitor congestive heart failure patients using wearable sensors and a smartphone.  ...  This research described in this paper was carried out in the CHIRON project (Cyclic and person-centric Health management: Integrated appRoach for hOme, mobile and clinical eNvironments).  ... 
doi:10.1109/iscas.2012.6271906 dblp:conf/iscas/LustrekCK12 fatcat:hjpjo52i5zftvmuwcs3y4u3dxa
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