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General Conceptual Framework of Future Wearables in Healthcare : Unified, Unique, Ubiquitous, and Unobtrusive (U4) for Customized Quantified Output

Haghi, Mostafa ORCID; Deserno, Thomas M. ORCID

We concentrate on the importance and future conceptual development of wearable devices as the major means of personalized healthcare. We discuss and address the role of wearables in the new era of healthcare in proactive medicine. This work addresses the behavioral, environmental, physiological, and psychological parameters as the most effective domains in personalized healthcare, and the wearables are categorized according to the range of measurements. The importance of multi-parameter, multi-domain monitoring and the respective interactions are further discussed and the generation of wearables based on the number of monitoring area(s) is consequently formulated.

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