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Publications - wearITmed

Journal articles 2017-19

Surface modification of textile electrodes to improve electrocardiography signals in wearable smart garment
Azadeh Soroudi, Niina Hernández, Jan Wipenmyr and Vincent Nierstrasz
Journal of Materials Science: Materials in Electronics 2019; open access, Print ISSN: 0957-4522

Electrode placement in electrocardiography smart garments: A review
Azadeh Soroudi, Niina Hernández, Lena Berglin and Vincent Nierstrasz
Journal of Electrocardiology 2019; 57: 27-30

Tonic-clonic seizure detection using accelerometry-based wearable sensors: A prospective, video-EEG controlled study
Dongni Johansson, Fredrik Ohlsson, David Krysl, Bertil Rydenhag, Madeleine Czarnecki, Niclas Gustafsson, Jan Wipenmyr, Tomas McKelvey and Kristina Malmgren
Seizure 2019; Feb 65:48-54

An upper body garment with integrated sensors for people with neurological disorders–early development and evaluation
Margit Alt Murphy, Filip Bergquist, Bengt Hagström, Niina Hernández, Dongni Johansson, Fredrik Ohlsson, Leif Sandsjö, Jan Wipenmyr and Kristina Malmgren
BMC Biomedical Engineering 2019; 1(1): 1-13

Motion sensor-based assessment of Parkinson’s disease motor symptoms during leg agility tests: results from levodopa challenge
Somayed Aghanavesi, Filip Bergquist, Dag Nyholm, Marina Senek and Mevludin Memedi
IEEE Journal of Biomedical and Health Informatics, Feb 2019

Sensor-based algorithmic dosing suggestions for oral administration of levodopa/carbidopa microtablets for Parkinson’s disease: a first experience
Ilias Thomas, Moudud Alam, Filip Bergquist, Dongni Johansson, Mevludin Memedi, Dan Nyholm and Jerker Westin
Journal of Neurology 2019; 266(3):651–58

Wearable sensors for clinical applications in epilepsy, Parkinson's disease, and stroke: a mixed-methods systematic review
Dongni Johansson, Kristina Malmgren and Margit Alt Murphy
Journal of Neurology 2018; 265(8):1740-52

Individualization of levodopa treatment using a microtablet dispenser and ambulatory accelerometry
Dongni Johansson, Anders Ericsson, Anders Johansson, Alexander Medvedev, Dag Nyholm, Fredrik Ohlsson, Marina Senek, Jack Spira, Ilias Thomas, Jerker Westin and Filip Bergquist
CNS Neuroscience & Therapeutics 2018; 24(5):439-447

Wearables in epilepsy and Parkinson’s disease - A focus group study
Anneli Ozanne*, Dongni Johansson*, Ulla H Graneheim, Kristina Malmgren, Filip Bergquist and Margit Alt Murphy
Acta Neuro Scand 2018; 137(2):188-194

Acceleration based activity levels during subacute inpatient stroke rehabilitation
Margit Alt Murphy, Sofi Andersson, Anna Danielsson, Fredrik Ohlsson and Jan Wipenmyr
Procedia Technology 2017 (27):120-121

Conference Contributions 2014-19

Arm activity is lower on weekends during subacute in-patient rehabilitation after stroke
Oral presentation at 11th World Stroke Congress, October 17-20  2018, Montreal, Canada
Margit Alt Murphy, Sofi Andersson, Fredrik Ohlsson, Jan Wipenmyr and Anna Danielsson

Individualization of levodopa treatment using a microtablet dispenser and ambulatory accelerometry
Poster at International Congress of Parkinson’s Disease and Movement Disorder, October 5-9 2018, Hong Kong
Dongni Johansson, Anders Ericsson, Anders Johansson, Alexander Medvedev, Dag Nyholm, Fredrik Ohlsson, Marina Senek, Jack Spira, Ilias Thomas, Jerker Westin and Filip Bergquist

Objective assessment of Parkinson’s disease motor symptoms during leg agility test using motion sensors
Poster at International Congress of Parkinson’s Disease and Movement Disorder, October 5-9 2018, Hong Kong
Somayed Aghanavesi, Mevludin Memedi, Marina Senek, Dag Nyholm and Filip Bergquist

Feasibility of a multi-sensor data fusion method for assessment of Parkinson’s disease motor symptoms
Poster at International Congress of Parkinson’s Disease and Movement Disorder, October 5-9 2018, Hong Kong
Mevludin Memedi, Somayed Aghanavesi, Dag Nyholm, Filip Bergquist and Marina Senek

Wearable sensors for clinical applications in stroke, Parkinson’s disease and epilepsy: A mixed-methods systematic review
Poster at 4th European Stroke Organisations Conference (ESOC), May 16-18 2018, Gothenburg, Sverige
Dongni Johansson, Kristina Malmgren and Margit Alt Murphy

Towards a sensor based wearable garment for neurorehabilitation – The Wearitmed Consortium
Oral presentation at 10th World Congress for Neurorehabilitation, February 7-10 2018, Mumbai, India
Margit Alt Murphy

Activity levels from multiple accelerometers during inpatient rehabilitation after stroke
Oral presentation at 10th World Congress for Neurorehabilitation, February 7-10 2018, Mumbai, India
Sofi Anna Andersson

Ambulatory accelerometry as aid for dose titration with levodopa-carbidopa microtablets in Parkinson’s disease-an observational study
Oral presentation at 10th World Congress for Neurorehabilitation, February 7-10 2018, Mumbai, India
Dongni Johansson

Wearable sensors in Epilepsy and Parkinson’s disease: A focus group study
Poster at 1th International congress on mobile health devices and seizure detection in epilepsy, July 7-8 2017, Copenhagen, Denmark
Dongni Johansson, Anneli Ozanne, Margit Alt Murphy, Filip Bergquist and Kristina Malmgren

Activity levels from multiple accelerometers during inpatient rehabilitation after stroke
Oral presentation at World Confederation for Physical Therapy Congress, July 2-4 2017, Cape Town, South Africa
Sofi Anna Andersson

Perceptions and preferences concerning the use of wearable sensors in Parkinson’s Disease and epilepsy: A focus group study
Poster at 4th World Parkinson Congress, September 20-23 2016, Portland, United States of America
Dongni Johansson, Anneli Ozanne, Margit Alt Murphy, Kristina Malmgren and Filip Bergquist

Statistical learning methods for detection of generalized tonic-clonic seizures in accelerometer data
Poster at 12th European Congress on Epileptology, September 11-15 2016, Prag, Czech Republic
Fredrik Ohlsson, Madeleine Czarnecki, Niclas Gustafsson, Jan Wipenmyr, David Krýs, Bertil Rydenhag and Kristina Malmgren

Electrically conductive fibres - recent development
Oral presentation at 55th Man Made fibre Congress 2016, September 20-22 september 2016, Dornbirn, Austria
Joraine Rössler, Erik Nilsson and Bengt Hagström

Perceptions and preferences concerning the use of wearable sensors in epilepsy and Parkinson’s Disease: A focus group study
Poster at 12th European Congress on Epileptology, September 11-15  2016, Prag, Czech Republic
Anneli Ozanne, Dongni Johansson, Margit Alt Murphy, Filip Bergquist and Kristina Malmgren

Characterization of textile resistive strain sensors
16th World Textile Conference AUTEX 2016, June 8-10 2016, Ljubljana, Slovenia
Felicia Syrén, Cai Li, Erik Billing, Anja Lund and Vincent Nierstrasz

Acceleration based activity metrics during subacute inpatient stroke rehabilitation
26th Anniversary World Congress on Biosensors, May 25-27 2016, Gothenburg, Sweden
Margit Alt Murphy, Sofi Andersson, Anna Danielsson, Fredrik Ohlsson and Jan Wipenmyr

Textile sensor for human motion detection in healthcare applications
9th Aachen-Dresden International Textile Conference, November 26-27 2015, Aachen, Germany
Karin Rundqvist, Niina Hernández, Felicia Syrén, Anja Lund and Vincent Nierstrasz

Electrical Functionalization of Wet-Spun Cellulose Fibers through Different Grades of Carbon Black
Poster at Materials for Tomorrow at Chalmers, November 3-4 2015, Gothenburg, Sweden
Joraine Rössler and Bengt Hagström

Controlling Strength and Conductivity of Functional Wet-Spun Cellulose Fibers through Different Types of Carbon Black
Oral presentation at 4th EPNOE International Polysaccharide Conference, October 19-22 2015, Warsawa, Poland
Joraine Rössler and Bengt Hagström

Wearable sensors in smart textiles
Symposium on Technology-supported Rehabilitation at University of Hasselt, November 29 2014, Hasselt, Belgium
Margit Alt Murphy, Filip Bergquist, Jan Vipenmyr, Katharina Stibrant Sunnerhagen and Kristina Malmgren

Degree projects 2015-17

Assessment of upper extremity movements in persons with stroke using an inertial navigation system
Joakim Sundberg
Ex - Institutionen för signaler och system, Chalmers University of Technology 2016
ISSN 99-2747920-4; EX019/2016, 2016.

Machine learning for detection of epileptic seizures
Madeleine Czarnecki and Niclas Gustafsson
Ex - Institutionen för signaler och system, Chalmers University of Technology 2015
ISSN 99-2747920-4; EX028/2015, 2015.

Piezoelektriska filament från garn till textil applikation
Carin Backe and Gabrielle Skelte
Textilingenjör, kandidat, The Swedish School of Textiles 2015

Piezoelektrisk trycksensor - En undersökning om textil struktur och piezoelektricitet
Astrid Christoffersson and Emma Hammarlund
Textilingenjör, kandidat, The Swedish School of Textiles 2015

Textila ledningsbanor - En jämförande studie av konduktiva material för textila applikationer
Elin Davidsson and Therese Sjöblom
Textilingenjör, kandidat, The Swedish School of Textiles 2015

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