Published on in Vol 2, No 1 (2017): Jan-Dec

Motivations and Key Features for a Wearable Device for Continuous Monitoring of Breathing: A Web-Based Survey

Motivations and Key Features for a Wearable Device for Continuous Monitoring of Breathing: A Web-Based Survey

Motivations and Key Features for a Wearable Device for Continuous Monitoring of Breathing: A Web-Based Survey

Journals

  1. Alves T, Souza J, Amaral V, Rios A, Costa T, Crescencio K, Batain F, Grotto D, Lima R, Filho L, Junior J, Severino P, Aranha N, Chaud M. Dense lamellar scaffold, biomimetically inspired, for reverse cardiac remodeling: Effect of proanthocyanidins and glutaraldehyde. Journal of Dispersion Science and Technology 2021;42(2):248 View
  2. Prinable J, Jones P, Boland D, Thamrin C, McEwan A. Derivation of Breathing Metrics From a Photoplethysmogram at Rest: Machine Learning Methodology. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2020;8(7):e13737 View
  3. Biersteker T, Boogers M, de Lind van Wijngaarden R, Groenwold R, Trines S, van Alem A, Kirchhof C, van Hof N, Klautz R, Schalij M, Treskes R. Use of Smart Technology for the Early Diagnosis of Complications After Cardiac Surgery: The Box 2.0 Study Protocol. JMIR Research Protocols 2020;9(4):e16326 View
  4. Prinable J, Jones P, Boland D, McEwan A, Thamrin C. Derivation of Respiratory Metrics in Health and Asthma. Sensors 2020;20(24):7134 View
  5. Srizongkhram S, Chiadamrong N, Shirahada K. Critical Success Factors in Adoption of Wearable Technology Devices for Seniors in Thailand. International Journal of Innovation and Technology Management 2021;18(04):2150020 View

Books/Policy Documents

  1. Azar A, Hassan H, Razali M, de Brito Silva G, Ali H. Proceedings of the International Conference on Advanced Intelligent Systems and Informatics 2018. View