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uSing Wearable TEchnology to Predict Perioperative High-riSk Patient Outcomes

This is an observational, non-interventional study to assess the equivalence of wearable monitors with formal CPET testing for the prediction of physiological reserve before major surgery.

Clinical Evaluation of a Wearable Sleep Diagnosis Technology

The primary endpoint is to evaluate the sensitivities and specificities for diagnosis of sleep apnoea of a wearable sleep diagnosis technology vs. existing gold standard.

Connected Health Care in Exercise Program for Obesity

Many kinds of wearable technology have become available, but the superiority of those devices in weight loss compared to the standard care without them is uncertain. The possible problems are long-term self-motivation, utility and validity of the device, and outcome measures in clinical trials. The connected health care with motivational interviewing as an intervention, and body composition parameters in addition to body weight as outcome measures are employed in the project. T...


Using Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance Tissue Characterisation and Wearable Technology to PREDICT Clinical Outcomes, Response to Therapy and Arrhythmias in Hospitalised Heart Failure Patients

150 patients admitted to University Hospital Southampton with heart failure will undergo comprehensive Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance (CMR) imagining during their admission and continuous heart rhythm monitoring using wearable technology post discharge. We hypothesise that analysis of this outcome data will discover novel CMR tissue characterisation and heart rhythm biomarkers that can be used to predict adverse clinical outcomes in heart failure populations and how individ...

The Application of Wearable Technology to Improve the Physical Activity Level of People With Chronic Mental Illness

The object is to develop a physical activity promotion program by applying social cognitive theory and wearable technology and evaluate its feasibility in people with MI Stage I: Accuracy, Acceptability, Feasibility. Stage II: Effectiveness Analysis In stage II, will conduct a single-blinded, randomized controlled study. 90 participants will be randomly assigned to experimental group or control group. The intervention for both groups will last for 12 weeks, with a 12-week of ...

Reducing Sedentary Behaviour With Technology

Cancer-related fatigue (CRF) can be experienced by individuals with Prostate Cancer (PC), which can have profound effects on their well-being. Although physical activity has been shown to improve CRF, the recommended levels are generally not met. Step count and distance traveled information can help individuals to increase their physical activity. Wearable technology (WEAR) provides the user with feedback of their physical activity which can motivate behaviour change. Similarly...

Effect of Wearable Health Technology on Patients Treated for Chronic Pain at Geisinger Health System

This is a proof of concept study to measure the effect of Wearable Health Technology (WHT), including the Apple Watch, iPhone, Pain App and Provider Dashboards on important clinical outcomes in patients treated for chronic pain. WHT will be tested in a group of chronic pain patients treated at a specialty pain clinic, the Geisinger Multidisciplinary Pain Program (MPP). Primary and secondary outcomes include pain, physical function, depression, pain medicine use, amount of sleep...

TracPatch in Total Knee Arthroplasty

Total Knee Arthroplasty is becoming an increasingly common operation. An important part of a successful overall patient outcome is regaining functional range of motion after surgery. Wearable devices for fitness have become increasingly common in the general population. This study seeks to utilize wearable technology to enhance the post-operative rehabilitation experience by allowing patients and surgeons to monitor patient recovery in real time. The Consensus TracPatch is a we...

Monitoring Physical Activity (Fitbit)

The purpose of this study is to examine the effect of monitoring and sharing physical activity outcomes (using Fitbit technology) on physical activity participation in those who have received an exercise prescription from their physician. Primary research question: Does shared physical activity outcomes from wearable technology with a participant's physician improve overall physical activity over 3 months compared to shared outcomes with a family member, unshared outcomes (nor...

Quantifying Activity Using Wireless Wearable Technology

Wireless wearable devices (WWD) have been shown to be an effective means to measure patient activity and sleep-wake cycles in the ICU. However, no current studies involving WWD have demonstrated the ability of these devices to measure adverse outcomes, including delirium in critically ill patients. This study is unique because the investigators will implement monitoring with the WWD prior to extubation in the ICU to correctly measure first mobilization, as well as capture quali...

Telemedicine in Total Knee Arthroplasty Using Wearable Technology

Subjectivity, cost-effectiveness, and inconsistent reporting limit monitoring after total knee arthroplasty (TKA). This prospective study leverages machine learning wearable technology to remotely monitor patients before and after TKA with fidelity and reliability, without sacrificing safe triage needing increased perioperative attention. Patients will download a mobile app that pairs with a "smart" knee sleeve to (1) monitor activity via daily step count, (2) solicit patient-r...

Technology Enabled Mental Health Intervention for Individuals in the Criminal Justice System

In the United States, over 60% of the 2.2 million people who are incarcerated struggle with mental health problems. Currently, correctional facilities are limited in their ability to provide care. As technology-enabled interventions for mood disorders have demonstrated efficacy outside of correctional facilities, we propose to build and test a technology-enabled mood disorder treatment intervention for individuals who are incarcerated.

Motivational Instant Messaging and E-diabetes Prevention Programme for High Risk of Type 2 Diabetes

The overall aim of this feasibility trial is to assess the effectiveness of a wearable technology and an e-diabetes prevention programme delivered via a smartphone application, including motivational messaging, in reducing weight and increasing physical activity in people at risk of developing type 2 diabetes.

The Effect of a Wearable Hip Assist Robot on Cardiopulmonary Metabolic Efficiency During Stair Ascent in Elderly Adults

The aim of this study was to identify the assistance effect of the new wearable hip assist robot, gait enhancing mechatronic system (GEMS) developed by Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology (Samsung Electronics Co, Ltd., Korea) during stair ascent by comparing the energy expenditure of elderly adults with and without the GEMS.

Use of Wearables in Hospitalized General Medicine Patients

This study will focus to determine the usefulness of continuous monitoring and the role it would play in improving inpatient management. The study is also conducted to collect patient's experiences regarding use of the wearable device for health monitoring. There will be no control or comparison group for this prospective cohort study. For each participant, the investigators will provide summary of their data to nurses and physicians who are directly involved in the patients' c...

Atrial Fibrillation Detection Using Garmin Wearable Technology

The purpose of this study is to evaluate the feasibility of detecting atrial fibrillation (AF) in patients with AF using a wearable wrist device/smart watch.

Individualized Prediction of Migraine Attacks Using a Mobile Phone App and Fitbit

This trial is collaboration between Mayo Clinic, Second Opinion Health (Simon Bloch, 408-981-3814) and Allergan. Mayo Clinic investigators are conducting the clinical trial, Second Opinion Health is providing the software for use in the trial (Migraine Alert app for data collection, analysis and machine learning algorithms), and Allergan is providing funding. The investigators hypothesize that the use of a mobile phone app and Fitbit wearable to ...

Research Exploring Sleep Education & Technology

A pilot study that seeks to develop a set of typologies of users of mobile sleep tracking technologies, and optimal sleep health educational strategies among users of mobile wearable technologies that track sleep.

Homeless Youth Study - Stepping Stone Project

Homelessness is associated with a multitude of negative consequences including an increased risk for mental health problems. Once homeless, these individuals face significant barriers to mental health care and are therefore less likely to receive the treatment they need. Mobile technology may offer a novel platform for increasing access to mental health care in this population. Thus, the primary goals of this pilot study are to (1) establish the feasibility and acceptability of...

Patient-Empowered Mobile Technology in Hospitalized Patients: Technology Resources to Understand Pain Assessment in Patients With Pain (TRU-PAIN)

The purpose of this study is to learn more about the ways in which mobile technology can be integrated into inpatient care to help better track pain levels using mobile technology of patients with sickle cell disease, oncology patients, and bone marrow transplant patients. The study will assess whether or not daily mobile monitoring with wearable accelerometers (devices that detect movement as well as heart-rate) to monitor and manage medical treatments can have a lasting posit...

Pilot Study of Intervention to Reduce Sunburns in Melanoma Survivors

This project will pilot test whether a wearable device that tracks sun exposure and provides alerts regarding sun exposure and protection behaviors will reduce sunburns in melanoma survivors. The use of wearable technology devices has grown quickly over the last decade and studies using these devices to promote physical activity and weight loss have been promising. The investigators will pilot test the technology device versus a similar control device in 80 melanoma survivors a...

The Feasibility to Use Wearable Devices to Collect Physiologic Data During Night Shifts - A Pilot Study

There is an increase interest in the use of wearable activity trackers and wearable technology in the various medical fields. Such devices can increase physical activity and decrease weight significantly. Field and laboratory studies have shown that shift work can alter circadian rhythms, disrupt the sleep cycle, and hinder human performance. Sleep deprivation reduces alertness level, and may increase reaction time, cause memory impairment and impaired motor skills. Disrupted ...

Physical Activity Wearables in the Police Force: The PAW-Force Trial

Policing is an increasingly sedentary occupation and high levels of physical and psychological morbidities are reported by officers and staff. Wearable fitness technology may be an effective intervention to promote physical activity and improve health. This study aims to assess the effectiveness and feasibility of introducing wearable fitness technology (Fitbit™ activity monitors linked to the 'Bupa Boost' smartphone app) as a motivator for increasing physical activity withi...

Krabbe Disease Global Patient Registry

The purpose of this study is to develop a clinical database of individuals diagnosed with Krabbe disease in order to determine which symptoms herald the onset of clinical disease in the various phenotypes of Krabbe disease; to determine whether level of GALC enzyme activity, or a specific genetic mutation predict the clinical course; and to determine which neurodiagnostic tests predict onset and/or severity of the disease.

Mobile Communication Technology for Adolescents With Diabetes

Among those with type I diabetes, adolescents can be among the worst at achieving glycemic control. Behaviors normal in adolescent development (e.g., developing independence, rejecting parental norms in favor of peers) can be at odds with the demands of effective diabetes self-management. Modifying the family and patient interaction should be a crucial component to improving the ability of an adolescent to manage his or her diabetes. Mobile technology is becoming more popula...

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