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Individuals with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) tend to show deficits in engaging with humans. Previous findings have shown that robot-based training improves the gestural recognition and production of children with ASD. It is not known whether social robots perform better than human therapists in teaching children with ASD.
Pioneering effort has been made to facilitate the pathology recognition in malignancies based on whole slide images(WSI) through deep learning approaches. It remains unclear whether we can accurately detect and locate BCC using smartphone-captured images.
The widespread use and deep reach of smartphones motivate the use of mobile applications to continuously monitor the relationship between circadian system, individual sleep patterns, and environmental effects. We selected 61 adults with 14-day data from the "Know Addiction" database. We developed an algorithm to identify the "sleep time" based on the smartphone behaviors. The total daily smartphone use duration and smartphone use duration prior to sleep onset were identified respectively. We applied mediati...
Excessive use of herbicide and insecticide causes bioaccumulation in the environment and increases potential toxicity for people and animals. Portable systems for rapid assays of herbicide and insecticide residues have attracted prominent interests. Here, we developed a two-dimensional (2D) Pt-Ni(OH) nanosheets (NSs) amplified two-way lateral flow immunoassay (LFI) with a smartphone-based readout for simultaneous detection of acetochlor and fenpropathrin. The 2D Pt-Ni(OH) NSs were synthesized and used as th...
To improve and validate the smartphone-based leukocoria detection application so that non-ophthalmologists could make use of the smartphone for early detection of Retinoblastoma (RB) in young children without anesthesia and pharmacological dilatation of the pupil.
To provide appropriate solutions for problematic smartphone use, we need to first understand its types. This study aimed to identify types of problematic smartphone use based on psychiatric symptoms, using the decision tree method. We recruited 5,372 smartphone users from online surveys conducted between February 3 and February 22, 2016. Based on scores on the Korean Smartphone Addiction Proneness Scale for Adults (S-Scale), 974 smartphone users were assigned to the smartphone-dependent group and 4398 users...
The increasing accessibility of smartphone in Vietnam shows potential in using smartphone applications for vaccination management to improve compliance. However, the acceptability and financial feasibility of using this application in Vietnam have not yet been understood. This study measured the general perception of and willingness to pay (WTP) for using smartphone-based vaccination management applications and their associated factors in Vietnam.
Herein, a ratiometric fluorescence sensing strategy coupled with smartphone imaging-based sensing platform was proposed for the on-site determination of fluoride ion (F) with high sensitivity and accuracy. The principle of sensing strategy is based on the fluoride-promoted Si-O bond cleavage of 2-(tert-butyldiphenylsilyloxy)phenol (2-TBDPSP) to release 2-hydroxyphenolate, which rapidly auto-oxidized to ortho-quinone. As excellent electron acceptor, these quinone species covalently bonded on the surface of d...
Digital breast tomosynthesis is an advancement of mammography, and has the potential to overcome limitations of standard digital mammography. This study aimed to compare first-generation digital breast tomo-synthesis including two-dimensional (2D) synthetic mammograms versus digital mammography in a population-based screening programme.
The objective of this work is to develop a methodology and associated platform for nucleic acid detection at the point-of-care (POC) that is sensitive, user-friendly, affordable, rapid and robust. The heart of this system is an acoustic wave sensor, based on a Surface Acoustic Wave (SAW) or Quartz Crystal Microbalance (QCM) device, which is employed for the label-free detection of isothermally amplified target DNA. Nucleic acids amplification and detection is demonstrated inside three crude human samples, i...
A versatile, compact and low-cost analytical platform has been designed, tested and validated to be used in the point-of-care settings. This passive measurement system is powered and complemented by a standard smartphone including a programmed application for measurement configuration and data processing as well as wireless results sharing. Electrochemical and electrochemiluminescence analytical techniques can be configured and realized by this platform that employs standard screen-printed electrodes for th...
Smartphone-based point-of-care testing (POCT) is rapidly emerging as a potential alternative to the traditional laboratory-based diagnostic testing owing to economic considerations and availability of medical equipment especially in resource-limited areas. A smartphone, combined with a biosensor and other related accessories, can offer high accuracy and sensitivity for medical testing. Moreover, the ubiquity of smartphone has propelled the development considerably, and accordingly research in recent years h...
There is good diagnostic accuracy of smartphone-based ECG in the evaluation of heart rate (HR), heart rhythm, and ECG values for humans, horses, dogs, and cats.
The Pain assessment using a novel digital application (Panda) is a smartphone application that contains the digital versions of the visual analogue scale (VAS-100) and numeric rating scale (NRS-11). This study aimed to investigate if the Panda versions of these two pain scales are equivalent to the paper versions in adult patients.
Infrared thermal imaging (IR) is not yet routinely implemented for early detection of diabetic foot ulcers (DFU), despite proven clinical effectiveness. Low-cost, smartphone-based IR-cameras are now available and may lower the threshold for implementation, but the quality of these cameras is unknown. We aim to validate a smartphone-based IR-camera against a high-end IR-camera for diabetic foot assessment.
Two dimensions of temperament, namely, (high levels of) novelty seeking and (low levels of) harm avoidance are related to substance addictions. However, their implications for smartphone addiction remain unexplored. Medical students are heavy smartphone users. Accordingly, screening for the risk of smartphone addiction based on individual differences in temperament can facilitate the identification of the best possible prevention strategy. Therefore, the present study aimed to examine the relationship betwe...
This study aims to evaluate the association between smartphone use and suicide attempts, independent of possible confounders, including conflicts with family/friends and poor academic performance due to smartphone use. Data were obtained from the 2017 Korea Youth Risk Behavior Web-based Survey, a nationally representative survey of middle- and high-school students (N = 62,276). Time spent using a smartphone was divided into four categories: less than 1 h, 1-2 h, 3-4 h, and 5 h or more a day. The association...
There is limited evidence of the efficacy of smartphone applications to reduce unhealthy alcohol use. We tested the efficacy of providing access to a smartphone-based brief intervention for unhealthy alcohol use.
Alkaline phosphatase (ALP) is a metalloprotein found naturally in raw milk samples and is considered as an important biomarker in quality control of milk. Its easy, personalized, as well as instrument-less detection is important to ensure the pasteurization and its differentiation form raw milk. In view of such importance of APL, we have developed an office punching machine crafted paper biosensor for naked eye detection of ALP in milk samples. The quantitative estimation is done by digital image colorimetr...
The fundamental test for male infertility, semen analysis, is mostly a manually performed subjective and time-consuming process and the use of automated systems has been cost prohibitive. We have previously developed an inexpensive smartphone-based system for at-home male infertility screening through automatic and rapid measurement of sperm concentration and motility. Here, we assessed the feasibility of using a similar smartphone-based system for laboratory use in measuring: a) Hyaluronan Binding Assay (H...
Publicly funded mental health services play an important role in addressing co-occurring mental health problems in children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD); however, therapists report lacking training to effectively serve this complex population.
In recent years, there has been an increase in the number of digital applications and support devices for persons with intellectual disability and autism spectrum disorder (ASD). These technologies have not only become part of the everyday life of patients, improving their quality of life and self-determination, but also been incorporated into the treatments they require. Nevertheless, what are those persons' needs and what are the most suitable apps? Are they effective? What is the evidence for them? These...
The significance of evidence-based practice (EBP) cannot be overstated. However, literature on the perception of occupational and physical therapists toward EBP is scarce.
Digital pathology (DP) implementations vary in scale, based on aims of intended operation. Few laboratories have completed a full-scale DP implementation, which may be due to high overhead costs that disrupt the traditional pathology workflow. Neither standardized criteria nor benchmark data have yet been published showing practical return on investment after implementing a DP platform.