Published on in Vol 2, No 1 (2018): Jan-Jun

Consumer Wearable Devices for Activity Monitoring Among Individuals After a Stroke: A Prospective Comparison

Consumer Wearable Devices for Activity Monitoring Among Individuals After a Stroke: A Prospective Comparison

Consumer Wearable Devices for Activity Monitoring Among Individuals After a Stroke: A Prospective Comparison

Journals

  1. Pulham R, Wray J, Feinstein Y, Brown K, Pierce C, Nadel S, Pathan N, Garralda E, Ramnarayan P. Feasibility and Acceptability of Methods to Collect Follow-Up Information From Parents 12 Months After Their Child’s Emergency Admission to Pediatric Intensive Care*. Pediatric Critical Care Medicine 2019;20(4):e199 View
  2. Simmatis L, Early S, Moore K, Appaqaq S, Scott S. Statistical measures of motor, sensory and cognitive performance across repeated robot-based testing. Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2020;17(1) View
  3. van der Weijde J, Vallery H, Babuška R. Closed-Loop Control Through Self-Sensing of a Joule-Heated Twisted and Coiled Polymer Muscle. Soft Robotics 2019;6(5):621 View
  4. Jones A, October T. Goodbye Pagers, Hello Online Platforms. Pediatric Critical Care Medicine 2019;20(4):393 View
  5. Da-Silva R, Moore S, Price C. Self-directed therapy programmes for arm rehabilitation after stroke: a systematic review. Clinical Rehabilitation 2018;32(8):1022 View
  6. DeBerardinis J, Neilsen C, Lidstone D, Dufek J, Trabia M. A comparison of two techniques for center of pressure measurements. Journal of Rehabilitation and Assistive Technologies Engineering 2020;7:205566832092106 View