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Assessing the Use of Wrist-Worn Devices in Patients With Heart Failure: Feasibility Study

Assessing the Use of Wrist-Worn Devices in Patients With Heart Failure: Feasibility Study

The mean ICC and 95% confidence interval for each device against the Holter as the gold standard was plotted against exercise workload.For Phase 2, we used a Kruskal-Wallis rank test to compare the mean number of steps, calculated by either device, between

Yasbanoo Moayedi, Raghad Abdulmajeed, Juan Duero Posada, Farid Foroutan, Ana Carolina Alba, Joseph Cafazzo, Heather Joan Ross

JMIR Cardio 2017;1(2):e8

Effectiveness of an Activity Tracker- and Internet-Based Adaptive Walking Program for Adults: A Randomized Controlled Trial

Effectiveness of an Activity Tracker- and Internet-Based Adaptive Walking Program for Adults: A Randomized Controlled Trial

IntroductionOver a third of US adults are considered sedentary (taking on average fewer than 5000 steps/day) [1], and the average adult takes only 6540 steps/day [2], well short of the 10,000 steps per day target commonly used in public health campaigns.

Josée Poirier, Wendy L Bennett, Gerald J Jerome, Nina G Shah, Mariana Lazo, Hsin-Chieh Yeh, Jeanne M Clark, Nathan K Cobb

J Med Internet Res 2016;18(2):e34

Evaluating Machine Learning–Based Automated Personalized Daily Step Goals Delivered Through a Mobile Phone App: Randomized Controlled Trial

Evaluating Machine Learning–Based Automated Personalized Daily Step Goals Delivered Through a Mobile Phone App: Randomized Controlled Trial

The daily step goals were computed using the BAA [43,47] on the complete history (past steps and goals) of the user. The BAA algorithm was applied every week to reduce variance in future steps and goals.

Mo Zhou, Yoshimi Fukuoka, Yonatan Mintz, Ken Goldberg, Philip Kaminsky, Elena Flowers, Anil Aswani

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2018;6(1):e28