Validity of six consumer-level activity monitors for measuring steps in patients with chronic heart failure


Autoři: Tomas Vetrovsky aff001;  Michal Siranec aff002;  Jitka Marencakova aff001;  James J. Tufano aff001;  Vaclav Capek aff003;  Vaclav Bunc aff001;  prof. MUDr. Jan Bělohlávek, Ph.D. aff002
Působiště autorů: Faculty of Physical Education and Sport, Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic aff001;  2nd Department of Medicine – Department of Cardiovascular Medicine, First Faculty of Medicine, Charles University and General University Hospital in Prague, Prague, Czech Republic aff002;  Second Faculty of Medicine, Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic aff003
Vyšlo v časopise: PLoS ONE 14(9)
Kategorie: Research Article
doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0222569

Souhrn

Introduction

Although numerous activity trackers have been validated in healthy populations, validation is lacking in chronic heart failure patients who normally walk at a slower pace, making it difficult for researchers and clinicians to implement activity monitors during physical activity interventions.

Methods

Six consumer-level activity monitors were validated in a 3-day field study in patients with chronic heart failure and healthy individuals under free living conditions. Furthermore, the same devices were evaluated in a lab-based study during treadmill walking at speeds of 2.4, 3.0, 3.6, and 4.2 km·h-1. Concordance correlation coefficients (CCC) were used to evaluate the agreement between the activity monitors and the criterion, and mean absolute percentage errors (MAPE) were calculated to assess differences between each device and the criterion (MAPE <10% was considered as a threshold for validity).

Results

In the field study of healthy individuals, all but one of the activity monitors showed a substantial correlation (CCC ≥0.95) with the criterion device and MAPE <10%. In patients with heart failure, the correlation of only two activity monitors (Garmin vívofit 3 and Withings Go) was classified as at least moderate (CCC ≥0.90) and none of the devices had MAPE <10%. In the lab-based study at speeds 4.2 and 3.6 km·h-1, all activity monitors showed substantial to almost perfect correlations (CCC ≥0.95) with the criterion and MAPE in the range 1%-3%. However, at slower speeds of 3.0 and 2.4 km·h-1, the accuracy of all devices substantially deteriorated: their correlation with the criterion decreased below 90% and their MAPE increased to 4–8% and 10–45%, respectively.

Conclusions

Even though none of the tested activity monitors fall within arbitrary thresholds for validity, most of them perform reasonably well enough to be useful tools that clinicians can use to simply motivate chronic heart failure patients to walk more.

Klíčová slova:

Biology and life sciences – Physiology – Biological locomotion – Walking – Anatomy – Musculoskeletal system – Body limbs – Anthropometry – Medicine and health sciences – Cardiology – Heart failure – Ejection fraction – Arms – Engineering and technology – Equipment – Measurement equipment – Electronics – Accelerometers


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