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Published on 27.02.18 in Vol 2, No 1 (2018): Jan-Jun

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Works citing "Smartphone Apps Using Photoplethysmography for Heart Rate Monitoring: Meta-Analysis"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/cardio.8802):

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  1. Guede-Fernández F, Ferrer-Mileo V, Mateu-Mateus M, Ramos-Castro J, García-González M, Fernández-Chimeno M. A photoplethysmography smartphone-based method for heart rate variability assessment: device model and breathing influences. Biomedical Signal Processing and Control 2020;57:101717
  2. Jin D, Adams H, Cocco AM, Martin WG, Palmer S. Smartphones and wearable technology: benefits and concerns in cardiology. Medical Journal of Australia 2020;212(2):54
  3. Faust-Christmann CA, Taetz B, Zolynski G, Zimmermann T, Bleser G. A Biofeedback App to Instruct Abdominal Breathing (Breathing-Mentor): Pilot Experiment. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2019;7(9):e13703
  4. Omboni S. Connected Health in Hypertension Management. Frontiers in Cardiovascular Medicine 2019;6
  5. Plante TB, O'Kelly AC, Urrea B, Macfarlane ZT, Appel LJ, Miller III ER, Blumenthal RS, Martin SS. Auralife Instant Blood Pressure App in Measuring Resting Heart Rate: Validation Study. JMIR Biomedical Engineering 2018;3(1):e11057
  6. Pipitprapat W, Harnchoowong S, Suchonwanit P, Sriphrapradang C. The validation of smartphone applications for heart rate measurement. Annals of Medicine 2018;50(8):721