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Bracelet sensors and activity levels

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By Frances Vickery Retired PhD state mental health inpt psychological services
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/24136126/wearable-motion-sensors-to-continuously-measure-real-world-physical-activities
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Bruce H Dobkin
PURPOSE OF REVIEW: Rehabilitation for sensorimotor impairments aims to improve daily activities, walking, exercise, and motor skills. Monitoring of practice and measuring outcomes, however, is usually restricted to laboratory-based procedures and self-reports. Mobile health devices may reverse these confounders of daily care and research trials. RECENT FINDINGS: Wearable, wireless motion sensor data, analyzed by activity pattern-recognition algorithms, can describe the type, quantity, and quality of mobility-related activities in the community...
December 2013: Current Opinion in Neurology
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