Published on in Vol 19, No 10 (2017): October

Understanding Monitoring Technologies for Adults With Pain: Systematic Literature Review

Understanding Monitoring Technologies for Adults With Pain: Systematic Literature Review

Understanding Monitoring Technologies for Adults With Pain: Systematic Literature Review

Journals

  1. LeBaron V, Bennett R, Alam R, Blackhall L, Gordon K, Hayes J, Homdee N, Jones R, Martinez Y, Ogunjirin E, Thomas T, Lach J. Understanding the Experience of Cancer Pain From the Perspective of Patients and Family Caregivers to Inform Design of an In-Home Smart Health System: Multimethod Approach. JMIR Formative Research 2020;4(8):e20836 View
  2. Tauben D, Langford D, Sturgeon J, Rundell S, Towle C, Bockman C, Nicholas M. Optimizing telehealth pain care after COVID-19. Pain 2020;161(11):2437 View
  3. Corman B, Rajupet S, Ye F, Schoenfeld E. The Role of Unobtrusive Home-Based Continuous Sensing in the Management of Postacute Sequelae of SARS CoV-2. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2022;24(1):e32713 View
  4. Rodríguez I, Cajamarca G, Herskovic V. When does self-report of pain occur?: A study of older adults. PeerJ 2022;10:e13716 View
  5. Tatsuki O, Onishi Y. Normalized Pulse Volume as a Superior Predictor of Respiration Recovery and Quantification of Nociception Anti-nociception Balance Compared to Opioid Effect Site Concentration: A Prospective, Observational Study. F1000Research 2024;13:233 View
  6. Claggett J, Petter S, Joshi A, Ponzio T, Kirkendall E. An Infrastructure Framework for Remote Patient Monitoring Interventions and Research (Preprint). Journal of Medical Internet Research 2023 View