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Actigraphy Motion Biosensors For Dermatology Poster Presentation

Source: Philips Respironics

An objective, accurate, and non-invasive assessment of nocturnal scratching events would more precisely define the effects of pruritus and aid in the development of therapies.Typical low resolution wrist actigraphy has been used to quantify the effects of scratching on sleep quality but it does not provide an accurate measure of scratching events. This study tested the hypothesis that a combination of high resolution actigraphy and advanced signal processing could provide an accurate measure of nocturnal scratching events.

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