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Wearable Devices, Machine Learning Detect Signs of Stroke

April 19, 2017 - A combination of wearable devices and a machine learning algorithm to interpret a common test for signs of stroke could provide an accurate and reliable way to identify patients with motor pathway damage, finds a study published this week in the Journal of Medical Internet Research. The stroke classifiers were up to 92 percent accurate for detecting stroke. Researchers from the Yonsei University...


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by Thomas Beaton

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Using the Healthcare Internet of Things for Better Patient Care

by Roberta Katz

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