Published on in Vol 4, No 2 (2017): Jul-Dec

Activity Recognition in Individuals Walking With Assistive Devices: The Benefits of Device-Specific Models

Activity Recognition in Individuals Walking With Assistive Devices: The Benefits of Device-Specific Models

Activity Recognition in Individuals Walking With Assistive Devices: The Benefits of Device-Specific Models

Journals

  1. Baril J, Bromberg S, Moayedi Y, Taati B, Manlhiot C, Ross H, Cafazzo J. Use of Free-Living Step Count Monitoring for Heart Failure Functional Classification: Validation Study. JMIR Cardio 2019;3(1):e12122 View
  2. Singhal A, Cowie M. The Role of Wearables in Heart Failure. Current Heart Failure Reports 2020;17(4):125 View
  3. De Cannière H, Corradi F, Smeets C, Schoutteten M, Varon C, Van Hoof C, Van Huffel S, Groenendaal W, Vandervoort P. Wearable Monitoring and Interpretable Machine Learning Can Objectively Track Progression in Patients during Cardiac Rehabilitation. Sensors 2020;20(12):3601 View
  4. Duncker D, Ding W, Etheridge S, Noseworthy P, Veltmann C, Yao X, Bunch T, Gupta D. Smart Wearables for Cardiac Monitoring—Real-World Use beyond Atrial Fibrillation. Sensors 2021;21(7):2539 View
  5. Singhal A, Cowie M. Digital Health: Implications for Heart Failure Management. Cardiac Failure Review 2021;7 View

Books/Policy Documents

  1. Cipriano M, Costagliola G, De Rosa M, Fuccella V, Shevchenko S. Innovation in Medicine and Healthcare. View