Consumer Wearable Devices for Activity Monitoring Among Individuals After a Stroke: A Prospective Comparison

@inproceedings{Rozanski2018ConsumerWD,
  title={Consumer Wearable Devices for Activity Monitoring Among Individuals After a Stroke: A Prospective Comparison},
  author={Gabriela M Rozanski},
  year={2018}
}
Background: Activity monitoring is necessary to investigate sedentary behavior after a stroke. Consumer wearable devices are an attractive alternative to research-grade technology, but measurement properties have not been established. Objective: The purpose of this study was to determine the accuracy of 2 wrist-worn fitness trackers: Fitbit Charge HR (FBT) and Garmin Vivosmart (GAR). Methods: Adults attending in- or outpatient therapy for stroke (n=37) wore FBT and GAR each on 2 separate days… CONTINUE READING
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