There is a significant request for wearable systems for vital signs and athletic performance monitoring during sport practice, both in professional and non-professional fields. Respiratory rate is a rather neglected parameter in this field, but several studies show that it is a strong marker of physical exertion. The aim of the present scoping review is to evaluate the number and kind of existing studies on wearable technologies for the analysis of the chest wall movement for respiratory monitoring in sport and fitness. The review included studies investigating the use of contact-based wearable techniques for the detection of chest wall movement for respiratory monitoring during professional or amateur sport, during fitness and physical activity. The search was conducted on PubMed/Medline, Scopus and Google Scholar electronic databases using keywords. Data extracted were entered into a Microsoft Excel spreadsheet by the leading author and then double-checked by the second author. A total of 25 descriptive studies met the inclusion criteria. Few studies on small number of athletes were found, technologies were often evaluated without a reference system, data on participants are sometimes missing. To date, we are not able to draw conclusions on which is the best and most reliable device to use during sport practice.

Miccinilli, S., Schena, E., Massaroni, C., Bravi, M., Campiglia, F., Santacaterina, F., et al. (2020). Use of wearable systems for the detection of chest-abdominal wall movement aimed at respiratory monitoring in sport: a scoping review on available data. JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL REGULATORS & HOMEOSTATIC AGENTS, 34(5 Suppl. 3), 87-96.

Use of wearable systems for the detection of chest-abdominal wall movement aimed at respiratory monitoring in sport: a scoping review on available data

Foti, C;
2020

Abstract

There is a significant request for wearable systems for vital signs and athletic performance monitoring during sport practice, both in professional and non-professional fields. Respiratory rate is a rather neglected parameter in this field, but several studies show that it is a strong marker of physical exertion. The aim of the present scoping review is to evaluate the number and kind of existing studies on wearable technologies for the analysis of the chest wall movement for respiratory monitoring in sport and fitness. The review included studies investigating the use of contact-based wearable techniques for the detection of chest wall movement for respiratory monitoring during professional or amateur sport, during fitness and physical activity. The search was conducted on PubMed/Medline, Scopus and Google Scholar electronic databases using keywords. Data extracted were entered into a Microsoft Excel spreadsheet by the leading author and then double-checked by the second author. A total of 25 descriptive studies met the inclusion criteria. Few studies on small number of athletes were found, technologies were often evaluated without a reference system, data on participants are sometimes missing. To date, we are not able to draw conclusions on which is the best and most reliable device to use during sport practice.
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Settore MED/34
English
chest wall movement detection
respiratory monitoring
sport
wearable systems
Athletes
Exercise
Humans
Abdominal Wall
Sports
Wearable Electronic Devices
Miccinilli, S., Schena, E., Massaroni, C., Bravi, M., Campiglia, F., Santacaterina, F., et al. (2020). Use of wearable systems for the detection of chest-abdominal wall movement aimed at respiratory monitoring in sport: a scoping review on available data. JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL REGULATORS & HOMEOSTATIC AGENTS, 34(5 Suppl. 3), 87-96.
Miccinilli, S; Schena, E; Massaroni, C; Bravi, M; Campiglia, F; Santacaterina, F; Foti, C; Bressi, F; Sterzi, S
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