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Published on 13.03.17 in Vol 1, No 1 (2017): Jan-Jun

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Works citing "Bioimpedance-Based Heart Failure Deterioration Prediction Using a Prototype Fluid Accumulation Vest-Mobile Phone Dyad: An Observational Study"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/cardio.6057):

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  1. Kooman JP, Wieringa FP, Han M, Chaudhuri S, van der Sande FM, Usvyat LA, Kotanko P. Wearable health devices and personal area networks: can they improve outcomes in haemodialysis patients?. Nephrology Dialysis Transplantation 2020;35(Supplement_2):ii43
  2. Singhal A, Cowie MR. The Role of Wearables in Heart Failure. Current Heart Failure Reports 2020;17(4):125
  3. Reljin N, Posada-Quintero H, Eaton-Robb C, Binici S, Ensom E, Ding E, Hayes A, Riistama J, Darling C, McManus D, Chon K. Lung Fluid Accumulation Detection Machine Learning Model Based on Transthoracic Bioimpedance and Heart Rate Variability: Prospective Clinical Study (Preprint). JMIR Medical Informatics 2020;
  4. Acar G, Ozturk O, Golparvar AJ, Elboshra TA, Böhringer K, Yapici MK. Wearable and Flexible Textile Electrodes for Biopotential Signal Monitoring: A review. Electronics 2019;8(5):479
  5. Ding EY, Ensom E, Hafer N, Buchholz B, Picard MA, Dunlap D, Rogers E, Lawton C, Koren A, Lilly C, Fitzgibbons TP, McManus DD. Point-of-care technologies in heart, lung, blood and sleep disorders from the Center for Advancing Point-of-Care Technologies. Current Opinion in Biomedical Engineering 2019;11:58
  6. Posada-Quintero H, Reljin N, Eaton-Robb C, Noh Y, Riistama J, Chon K. Analysis of Consistency of Transthoracic Bioimpedance Measurements Acquired with Dry Carbon Black PDMS Electrodes, Adhesive Electrodes, and Wet Textile Electrodes. Sensors 2018;18(6):1719