being-associated quality of life (HRQL) with the St George’s respiratory questionnaire total rating (SGRQTS) and symptom, activities and influence area scores at 4 months, the Omron HJ-720 ITC pedometer and an Internet mediated program had been used. Latest analysis has explored using wearable units for continuous monitoring of COPD and its comorbidities.
From the breath, new e-Nose sensors can detect multiple clinically related parameters for diagnosing COPD (De Vries et al., 2015, Sibila et al., 2014). Many units have also been introduced for monitoring patients with COPD and the related comorbidities (see table 1). Most