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Development of Health Systems for Home Environments with the Focus on Sleep Monitoring

  • Health monitoring in a home environment can have broader use since it may provide continuous control of health parameters with relatively minor intrusiveness into regular life. This work aims to verify if it is possible to replace the typical in some sleep medicine areas subjective questioning by an objective measurement using electronic devices. For this purpose, a study was conducted with ten subjects, in which objective and subjective measurement of relevant sleep parameters took place. The results of both measurement methods were evaluated and analyzed. The results showed that while for some measures, such as Total Time in Bed, there is a high agreement between objective and subjective measurements, for others, such as sleep quality, there are significant differences. For this reason, currently, a combination of both measurement methods may be beneficial and provide the most detailed results, while a partial replacement can already reduce the number of questions at the subjective measurement by measurement through electronic devices.

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Author:Maksym GaidukORCiD, Ralf SeepoldORCiDGND, Natividad Martínez MadridORCiD
Parent Title (German):Grenzüberschreitende Reallabore für Assistenztechnik : Beiträge zum uDay XIX, 24.6.2021, MS Österreich ab Hafen Hard, Österreich, Veranstalter: IBH Living Lab AAL Active & Assisted Living
Publisher:Pabst Science Publishers
Place of publication:Lengerich
Editor:Guido Kempter, Walter Ritter
Document Type:Conference Proceeding
Year of Publication:2021
Release Date:2021/10/07
Tag:Health systems; Sleep medicine
First Page:138
Last Page:144
Institutes:Institut für Angewandte Forschung - IAF
Relevance:Keine peer reviewed Publikation (Wissenschaftlicher Artikel und Aufsatz, Proceeding, Artikel in Tagungsband)
Open Access?:Nein
Licence (German):License LogoUrheberrechtlich geschützt