JMIR–A Mobile and Ubiquitous Approach for Supporting Frailty Assessment in Elderly People | Fontecha | Journal of Medical Internet Research

The problem of creating a general frailty index is still unsolved. However, in recent years, there has been an increase in the amount of research on this subject. Our studies took advantage of mobile device features (accelerometer sensors, wireless communication capabilities, and processing capacities among others) to develop a new method that achieves an objective assessment of frailty based on similarity results for an elderly population, providing an essential support for physicians.

via JMIR–A Mobile and Ubiquitous Approach for Supporting Frailty Assessment in Elderly People | Fontecha | Journal of Medical Internet Research.

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