School-Based Telemedicine: Perceptions About a Telemedicine Model of Care.

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A school-based store-and-forward telemedicine program, which is delivered to school children by school staff is an acceptable model of care for treating skin infections. This indicates that non-clinicians have potential to play a key role in telemedicine.

Common elements and features of a mobile-based self-management system for people living with HIV.

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Background: In recent years, mobile-based applications have become important technologies to the delivery of healthcare around the world.

Development of a biosensor protein bullet as a fluorescent method for fast detection of Escherichia coli in drinking water.

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Drinking water can be exposed to different biological contaminants from the source, through the pipelines, until reaching the final consumer or industry. Some of these are pathogenic bacteria and viruses which may cause important gastrointestinal or systemic diseases.

Longitudinal Walking Analysis in Hemiparetic Patients Using Wearable Motion Sensors: Is There Convergence Between Body Sides?

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Background: Longitudinal movement parameter analysis of hemiparetic patients over several months could reveal potential recovery trends and help clinicians adapting therapy strategies to maximize recovery outcome.

Development of a Maternal, Newborn and Child mHealth Intervention in Thai Nguyen Province, Vietnam: Protocol for the mMom Project.

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BACKGROUND: Ethnic minority women (EMW) living in mountainous areas of northern Vietnam have disproportionately high infant and maternal mortality rates as a result of low maternal health knowledge, poverty, and remoteness from low-capacity health centers.

Comparing Approaches to Mobile Depression Assessment for Measurement-Based Care: Prospective Study.

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BACKGROUND: To inform measurement-based care, practice guidelines suggest routine symptom monitoring, often on a weekly or monthly basis.

Examining Use of Mobile Phones for Sleep Tracking Among a National Sample in the USA.

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Mobile technology has been designed to serve a number of functions relating to health, but we know little about individuals who use these tools to track sleep. This study utilized data from a cross-sectional, geographically diverse survey of adults in the USA (N = 934).

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