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Sensor-based monitoring of congestive heart-failure (CHF) patients living at home can improve quality of care, detect exacerbations of disease at an earlier stage and motivate the patient for better self care. This paper reports on a usability study of the ESUMS system that provides continuous measurements of heart rate, activity, upper body posture and(More)
This paper reports on the development and testing of a wearable device intended as a component in an ambulatory system for health monitoring of physical rehabilitation patients. The device measures heart rate, skin temperature, activity level and posture on the user's chest. The wearable device has been run through a set of verification tests and the(More)
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