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    • Assessment of the Feasibility of Using Noninvasive Wearable Biometric Monitoring Sensors to Detect Influenza and the Common Cold Before Symptom Onset. 

      Grzesiak, Emilia; Bent, Brinnae; McClain, Micah T; Woods, Christopher W; Tsalik, Ephraim L; Nicholson, Bradly P; Veldman, Timothy; ... (17 authors) (JAMA network open, 2021-09)
      <h4>Importance</h4>Currently, there are no presymptomatic screening methods to identify individuals infected with a respiratory virus to prevent disease spread and to predict their trajectory for resource allocation.<h4>...
    • Host-Based Diagnostics for Acute Respiratory Infections. 

      Ross, Melissa H; Zick, Brittany L; Tsalik, Ephraim L (Clinical therapeutics, 2019-10)
      PURPOSE:The inappropriate use of antimicrobials, especially in acute respiratory infections (ARIs), is largely driven by difficulty distinguishing bacterial, viral, and noninfectious etiologies of illness. A new frontier ...
    • Large-Scale Assessment of a Smartwatch to Identify Atrial Fibrillation. 

      Perez, Marco V; Mahaffey, Kenneth W; Hedlin, Haley; Rumsfeld, John S; Garcia, Ariadna; Ferris, Todd; Balasubramanian, Vidhya; ... (23 authors) (The New England journal of medicine, 2019-11)
      BACKGROUND:Optical sensors on wearable devices can detect irregular pulses. The ability of a smartwatch application (app) to identify atrial fibrillation during typical use is unknown. METHODS:Participants without atrial ...