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    • Flexible electronics for skin wearable pH sensor 

      Hafenstine, Rex W. (Wichita State University, 2020-05-01)
      INTRODUCTION: Recent advances in soft, flexible, hybrid electronics allow to develop a novel wearable platform for direct sweat collection and analysis in real-time. The unobtrusive and mechanically compliant system can ...
    • Gluteal muscle activation during common yoga poses 

      Hoover, Josh; Thomas, Jacob; Mettling, Austin; May, Adam; Stoffregen, Sydney; Hafenstine, Rex W. (Wichita State University, 2019-04-26)
      INTRODUCTION: Approximately 55% of physical therapists report using alternative strength training, including yoga, for major muscle groups. Although clinicians and athletes often use yoga as a form of strength training, ...
    • Gluteal muscle activation during common yoga poses 

      Lehecka, B.J.; Stoffregen, Sydney; May, Adam; Thomas, Jacob; Mettling, Austin; Hoover, Josh; Hafenstine, Rex W.; Hakansson, Nils A. (North American Sports Medicine Institute, 2021-06-01)
      Background: Approximately 24% of physical therapists report regularly using yoga to strengthen major muscle groups. Although clinicians and athletes often use yoga as a form of strength training, little is known about the ...
    • Multifunctional wearable biopatch for real-time monitoring of physiological activities 

      Lee, Yongkuk; Mahmood, Musa; Kim, Yunsoung; Hafenstine, Rex W.; Yeo, Woon-Hong (SPIE, 2019-03-27)
      Heart disease is the most common cause of death, so there is a great need for non-invasive continuous monitoring of heart activities in daily life for early diagnosis and treatment. However, existing devices are not suitable ...