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Original Article

Minimally invasive spine surgery as treatment for persistent infectious lumbar spondylodiscitis: a systematic review and meta-analysis
Joshua Slowinski, Christopher Lucasti, Mark Maraschiello, Melissa A. Kluczynski, Joseph Kowalski, Christopher Hamill
A multicenter study of the 5-year trends in robot-assisted spine surgery outcomes and complications
Nathan J. Lee, Eric Leung, Ian A. Buchanan, Matthew Geiselmann, Josephine R. Coury, Matthew E. Simhon, Scott Zuckerman, Avery L. Buchholz, John Pollina, Ehsan Jazini, Colin Haines, Thomas C. Schuler, Christopher R. Good, Joseph Lombardi, Ronald A. Lehman
Etiologies, incidence, and demographics of lumbar vertebral fractures in U.S. emergency departments
Jonathan Wakim, Thriaksh Rajan, Alex Beschloss, Ahmed Albayar, Ali Ozturk, Comron Saifi
Transforaminal lumbar interbody fusion with a silicon nitride cage demonstrates early radiographic fusion
Mitchell T. Gray, Kyle P. Davis, Bryan J. McEntire, B. Sonny Bal, Micah W. Smith

Review Article

Spine centers of excellence: a systematic review and single-institution description of a spine center of excellence
Ryan C. Martin, Jordan C. Petitt, Xuankang Pan, Alyssa M. Edwards, Ansh D. Desai, Uma V. Mahajan, Collin M. Labak, Eric Z. Herring, Rohit Mauria, Zachary Gordon, Peter J. Pronovost, Gabriel Smith

Editorial on Objective Monitoring and Wearable Technologies including Sensor-Based Accelerometers and Mobile Health Applications for the Spine Patient1

Wearable sensor technology in spine care
Ralph J. Mobbs, R. Dineth Fonseka, Pragadesh Natarajan
Towards personalized and value-based spine care: objective patient monitoring with smartphone activity data
Hasan S. Ahmad, Andrew I. Yang, Gregory W. Basil, William C. Welch, Michael Y. Wang, Jang W. Yoon

Original Article on Objective Monitoring and Wearable Technologies including Sensor-Based Accelerometers and Mobile Health Applications for the Spine Patient1

Validation of a novel range of motion assessment tool for the cervical spine: the HALO© digital goniometer
Ashley R. Wilson-Smith, Saimurooban Muralidaran, Monish Maharaj, Matthew H. Pelletier, Peter Beshara, Prashanth Rao, Louise M. Pearce, Tian Wang, Ralph J. Mobbs, William R. Walsh

Case Report on Objective Monitoring and Wearable Technologies including Sensor-Based Accelerometers and Mobile Health Applications for the Spine Patient1

Tracking the disease progression of lumbar spinal stenosis using objective gait metrics: a case report
R. Dineth Fonseka, Pragadesh Natarajan, Monish M. Maharaj, Ralph J. Mobbs
Two-year continuous data capture using a wearable sensor to remotely monitor the surgical spine patient: a case report
R. Dineth Fonseka, Pragadesh Natarajan, Monish M. Maharaj, Kaitlin Rooke, Ralph J. Mobbs

Editorial on Objective Monitoring and Wearable Technologies including Sensor-Based Accelerometers and Mobile Health Applications for the Spine Patient1

Inter-bout and intra-bout gait variability—proposed objective measures of gait deterioration during prolonged walking in spine care
R. Dineth Fonseka, Pragadesh Natarajan, Ralph J. Mobbs
An engineer’s perspective on the mechanisms and applications of wearable inertial sensors
Luke Wicent Sy

Disclosure:

1. The series “Objective Monitoring and Wearable Technologies including Sensor-Based Accelerometers and Mobile Health Applications for the Spine Patient” was commissioned by the editorial office, Journal of Spine Surgery without any funding or sponsorship. Ralph J. Mobbs, R. Dineth Fonseka and Pragadesh Natarajan served as the unpaid Guest Editors of the series.

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