Smartwatch, oxygen saturation, and COVID-19: Trustworthy?

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Gabriel Martins de Barros
Gabrielly Martins de Barros
Monaliza Sousa dos Anjos
João Batista Raposo Mazullo Filho

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Barros, G. M. de, Barros, G. M. de, Anjos, M. S. dos, & Mazullo Filho, J. B. R. (2021). Smartwatch, oxygen saturation, and COVID-19: Trustworthy?. ABCS Health Sciences, 46, e021101. https://doi.org/10.7322/10.7322/abcshs.2020228.1681
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