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Published on 18.02.16 in Vol 4, No 1 (2016): Jan-Mar

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Works citing "Early Indication of Decompensated Heart Failure in Patients on Home-Telemonitoring: A Comparison of Prediction Algorithms Based on Daily Weight and Noninvasive Transthoracic Bio-impedance"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/medinform.4842):

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  1. Pevnick JM, Birkeland K, Zimmer R, Elad Y, Kedan I. Wearable technology for cardiology: An update and framework for the future. Trends in Cardiovascular Medicine 2018;28(2):144
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  4. Darling CE, Dovancescu S, Saczynski JS, Riistama J, Sert Kuniyoshi F, Rock J, Meyer TE, McManus DD. Bioimpedance-Based Heart Failure Deterioration Prediction Using a Prototype Fluid Accumulation Vest-Mobile Phone Dyad: An Observational Study. JMIR Cardio 2017;1(1):e1
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  5. Saporito S, Dovancescu S, Herold IHF, van den Bosch HCM, van Assen HC, Aarts RM, Korsten HHM, Mischi M. Comparison of cardiac magnetic resonance imaging and bio-impedance spectroscopy for the assessment of fluid displacement induced by external leg compression. Physiological Measurement 2017;38(1):15
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  6. Cuba-Gyllensten I, Gastelurrutia P, Bonomi AG, Riistama J, Bayes-Genis A, Aarts RM. A method to adapt thoracic impedance based on chest geometry and composition to assess congestion in heart failure patients. Medical Engineering & Physics 2016;38(6):538
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  7. Papavasileiou LP, Santini L, Forleo GB, Ammirati F, Santini M. Novel devices to monitor heart failure and minimize hospitalizations. Expert Review of Cardiovascular Therapy 2016;14(8):905
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