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Published on 18.04.19 in Vol 21, No 4 (2019): April

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Works citing "Wearable Sensors Reveal Menses-Driven Changes in Physiology and Enable Prediction of the Fertile Window: Observational Study"

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  1. Maijala A, Kinnunen H, Koskimäki H, Jämsä T, Kangas M. Nocturnal finger skin temperature in menstrual cycle tracking: ambulatory pilot study using a wearable Oura ring. BMC Women's Health 2019;19(1)
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  3. Willi J, Süss H, Ehlert U. The Swiss Perimenopause Study – study protocol of a longitudinal prospective study in perimenopausal women. Women's Midlife Health 2020;6(1)

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  1. Hayano J, Yuda E. Research Advancements in Smart Technology, Optimization, and Renewable Energy. 2021. chapter 1:1
  2. Sosnowski , Szymusik I, Penza T. Information Processing and Management of Uncertainty in Knowledge-Based Systems. 2020. Chapter 59:800
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