Randomized controlled trial for assessment of Internet of Things system to guide intensive glucose control in diabetes outpatients: Nagoya Health Navigator Study protocol

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The Internet of Things (IoT) allows collecting vast amounts of health-relevant data such as daily activity, body weight (BW), and blood pressure (BP) automatically. The use of IoT devices to monitor diabetic patients has been studied, but could not evaluate IoT-dependent effects because health data were not measured in control groups. This multicenter, open… (More)
DOI: 10.18999/nagjms.79.3.323

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@inproceedings{Onoue2017RandomizedCT, title={Randomized controlled trial for assessment of Internet of Things system to guide intensive glucose control in diabetes outpatients: Nagoya Health Navigator Study protocol}, author={Takeshi Onoue and Motomitsu Goto and Tomoko Kobayashi and Takashi Tominaga and Masahiko Ando and Hiroyuki Honda and Yasuko Yoshida and Takahiro Tosaki and Hisashi Yokoi and Sawako Kato and Shoichi Maruyama and Hiroshi Arima}, booktitle={Nagoya journal of medical science}, year={2017} }