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Published on 24.04.19 in Vol 3, No 2 (2019): Apr-Jun

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Works citing "Measuring Free-Living Physical Activity With Three Commercially Available Activity Monitors for Telemonitoring Purposes: Validation Study"

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  1. Fuller D, Colwell E, Low J, Orychock K, Tobin MA, Simango B, Buote R, Van Heerden D, Luan H, Cullen K, Slade L, Taylor NGA. Reliability and Validity of Commercially Available Wearable Devices for Measuring Steps, Energy Expenditure, and Heart Rate: A Systematic Review (Preprint). JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2020;
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  2. Jim HSL, Hoogland AI, Brownstein NC, Barata A, Dicker AP, Knoop H, Gonzalez BD, Perkins R, Rollison D, Gilbert SM, Nanda R, Berglund A, Mitchell R, Johnstone PAS. Innovations in research and clinical care using patient‐generated health data. CA: A Cancer Journal for Clinicians 2020;70(3):182
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  3. Fukuda T, Tanaka M, Yamazaki M, Marunaka Y, Fukui M. Standard medical nutrition therapy of 25 kcal/kg ideal bodyweight/day often does not reach even resting energy expenditure for patients with type 2 diabetes. Journal of Diabetes Investigation 2020;11(3):626
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