Wearable Sensors for Patients
This paper provides an overview of the development process of wearable device applications using two case studies. KneeHapp is a smart textile bandage that measures the performance of different rehabilitation exercises performed by patients after a knee injury and HipRApp is a bandage that tracks the recovery of patients after a hip surgery based on gait analysis. We summarize the common phases in the development of wearable device applications and discuss what kind of computations would be suitable for deployment into wearable devices with limited resources.
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