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A Comparison of Blood Pressure Data Obtained From Wearable, Ambulatory, and Home Blood Pressure Monitoring Devices: Prospective Validation Study

A Comparison of Blood Pressure Data Obtained From Wearable, Ambulatory, and Home Blood Pressure Monitoring Devices: Prospective Validation Study

Ambulatory blood pressure monitoring (ABPM) devices can measure the average 24-hour BP, but these are costly and not user-friendly [11].In recent years, several cuffless wearable BP monitoring devices have been developed, which are unobtrusive, overcoming the

Sheikh Mohammed Shariful Islam, Ralph Maddison

JMIR Data 2020;1(1):e22436

Wearability Testing of Ambulatory Vital Sign Monitoring Devices: Prospective Observational Cohort Study

Wearability Testing of Ambulatory Vital Sign Monitoring Devices: Prospective Observational Cohort Study

It has also been suggested that the most frequent reason for nonuse of continuous monitoring systems is restriction of patient movement and that, to maximize clinical integration, continuous monitoring should be comfortable and less restrictive [13,14].Ambulatory

Carlos Areia, Louise Young, Sarah Vollam, Jody Ede, Mauro Santos, Lionel Tarassenko, Peter Watkinson

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2020;8(12):e20214

Replacing Ambulatory Surgical Follow-Up Visits With Mobile App Home Monitoring: Modeling Cost-Effective Scenarios

Replacing Ambulatory Surgical Follow-Up Visits With Mobile App Home Monitoring: Modeling Cost-Effective Scenarios

Ambulatory surgery means that the patient goes home within 24 hours of surgery and comes back at a later date for follow-up care.

Kathleen A Armstrong, John L Semple, Peter C Coyte

J Med Internet Res 2014;16(9):e213

Evaluating the Validity of an Automated Device for Asthma Monitoring for Adolescents: Correlational Design

Evaluating the Validity of an Automated Device for Asthma Monitoring for Adolescents: Correlational Design

Currently, there are 2 basic types of home-based symptom-monitoring methods that patients can use to monitor symptom patterns: symptom-based and peak flow monitoring.

Hyekyun Rhee, Michael J Belyea, Mark Sterling, Mark F Bocko

J Med Internet Res 2015;17(10):e234

Validation and Acceptability of a Cuffless Wrist-Worn Wearable Blood Pressure Monitoring Device Among Users and Health Care Professionals: Mixed Methods Study

Validation and Acceptability of a Cuffless Wrist-Worn Wearable Blood Pressure Monitoring Device Among Users and Health Care Professionals: Mixed Methods Study

Ambulatory BP measurement devices can provide frequent valid measures across a 24-hour period and are the gold standard for clinical use, but they are not appropriate for long-term monitoring because they are intrusive, cumbersome, and costly [9].In recent

Sheikh Mohammed Shariful Islam, Susie Cartledge, Chandan Karmakar, Jonathan Charles Rawstorn, Steve F Fraser, Clara Chow, Ralph Maddison

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2019;7(10):e14706