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Published on 18.08.17 in Vol 2, No 1 (2017): Jan-Dec

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Works citing "Heart Rate Monitoring Apps: Information for Engineers and Researchers About the New European Medical Devices Regulation 2017/745"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/biomedeng.8179):

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  1. Gruszka P, Burger C, Jensen MP. Optimizing Expectations via Mobile Apps: A New Approach for Examining and Enhancing Placebo Effects. Frontiers in Psychiatry 2019;10
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  5. Lang M. A Low-Complexity Model-Free Approach for Real-Time Cardiac Anomaly Detection Based on Singular Spectrum Analysis and Nonparametric Control Charts. Technologies 2018;6(1):26
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