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Research data . Dataset . 2022

ATOPE+Breast, Continuous Monitoring of Training Load in Patients with Breast Cancer during Therapeutic Exercise Intervention

Salvador Moreno-Gutiérrez; Paula Postigo-Martín; Miguel Damas; Oresti Banos; Hector Pomares; Manuel Arroyo-Morales; Irene Cantarero-Villanueva;
Open Access
English
Published: 02 Mar 2022
Publisher: Zenodo
Abstract
The ATOPE+Breast dataset (ATOPE+ for patients with breast cancer) describes the daily status of 23 patients with breast cancer during therapeutic exercise intervention with daily measures of HRV, self-reported wellness, physical activity, and sleep. Besides, the ATOPE+Breast dataset contains information about training sessions, such as intensity recorded, demographic data, treatment details, initial evaluations of quality of life, physical activity levels, previous medical conditions, and risk factors. ATOPE+Breast was recorded using the ATOPE+ mHealth system, whose usability [1] and reliability [2] were successfully validated. References [1] S. Moreno-Gutierrez et al., ���ATOPE+: An mHealth System to Support Personalized Therapeutic Exercise Interventions in Patients With Cancer,��� IEEE Access, vol. 9, pp. 16878���16898, 2021, doi: 10.1109/ACCESS.2021.3049398. [2] P. Postigo-Martin et al., ���mHealth system (ATOPE+) to support exercise prescription in breast cancer survivors: A validity and reliability, cross-sectional observational study (ATOPE study) (Preprint),��� JMIR mHealth and uHealth, Preprint, Jan. 2022. doi: 10.2196/preprints.36733.
The works of Salvador Moreno-Guti��rrez and Paula Postigo-Mart��n were supported by the Spanish Ministry of Education, Culture, and Sport with a Predoctoral Fellowship as part of the University Faculty Training (FPU) Programme with grant numbers FPU16/04201 and FPU17/00939. This work was funded by the Health Research Funds of the Carlos III Health Institute under Project PI18/01840M; and the Spanish Ministry of Science, Innovation, and Universities (MICINN) under Projects PGC2018-098813-B-C31 and RTI2018-101674-B-I00.
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Medical Subject Headings: body regions

Subjects

training load, breast cancer, heart rate variability, therapeutic exercise, mobile health, smartphone

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