Published on in Vol 20, No 7 (2018): July

Preprints (earlier versions) of this paper are available at https://preprints.jmir.org/preprint/10108, first published .
Methodological Shortcomings of Wrist-Worn Heart Rate Monitors Validations

Methodological Shortcomings of Wrist-Worn Heart Rate Monitors Validations

Methodological Shortcomings of Wrist-Worn Heart Rate Monitors Validations

Journals

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  2. Müller A, Wang N, Yao J, Tan C, Low I, Lim N, Tan J, Tan A, Müller-Riemenschneider F. Heart Rate Measures From Wrist-Worn Activity Trackers in a Laboratory and Free-Living Setting: Validation Study. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2019;7(10):e14120 View
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  4. Longmore S, Lui G, Naik G, Breen P, Jalaludin B, Gargiulo G. A Comparison of Reflective Photoplethysmography for Detection of Heart Rate, Blood Oxygen Saturation, and Respiration Rate at Various Anatomical Locations. Sensors 2019;19(8):1874 View
  5. van Lier H, Pieterse M, Garde A, Postel M, de Haan H, Vollenbroek-Hutten M, Schraagen J, Noordzij M. A standardized validity assessment protocol for physiological signals from wearable technology: Methodological underpinnings and an application to the E4 biosensor. Behavior Research Methods 2020;52(2):607 View
  6. Chow H, Yang C. Accuracy of Optical Heart Rate Sensing Technology in Wearable Fitness Trackers for Young and Older Adults: Validation and Comparison Study. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2020;8(4):e14707 View
  7. Nelson B, Allen N. Accuracy of Consumer Wearable Heart Rate Measurement During an Ecologically Valid 24-Hour Period: Intraindividual Validation Study. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2019;7(3):e10828 View
  8. Loncar-Turukalo T, Zdravevski E, Machado da Silva J, Chouvarda I, Trajkovik V. Literature on Wearable Technology for Connected Health: Scoping Review of Research Trends, Advances, and Barriers. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2019;21(9):e14017 View
  9. Tamura T. Current progress of photoplethysmography and SPO2 for health monitoring. Biomedical Engineering Letters 2019;9(1):21 View
  10. Smith K, Mason T, Juarascio A, Schaefer L, Crosby R, Engel S, Wonderlich S. Moving beyond self‐report data collection in the natural environment: A review of the past and future directions for ambulatory assessment in eating disorders. International Journal of Eating Disorders 2019;52(10):1157 View
  11. Albergoni A, Hettinga F, Stut W, Sartor F. Factors Influencing Walking and Exercise Adherence in Healthy Older Adults Using Monitoring and Interfacing Technology: Preliminary Evidence. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 2020;17(17):6142 View
  12. Mühlen J, Stang J, Lykke Skovgaard E, Judice P, Molina-Garcia P, Johnston W, Sardinha L, Ortega F, Caulfield B, Bloch W, Cheng S, Ekelund U, Brønd J, Grøntved A, Schumann M. Recommendations for determining the validity of consumer wearable heart rate devices: expert statement and checklist of the INTERLIVE Network. British Journal of Sports Medicine 2021:bjsports-2020-103148 View