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This work compared upper limb use measures that employed just two wrist-worn IMU sensors. Continuous and objective assessment of upper limb use can be done in an unobtrusive manner using wrist-worn sensors. The use of additional sensors to filter out walking movements improves performance but is likely to impact usability and adherence (Leuenberger et al., 2017). One of the limitations of detecting use with wrist-worn IMU sensors is that only functional movements can be detected but the differences between functional and non-functional postures cannot be distinguished. For example, resting the forearm on a table will be indistinguishable from holding down a book to keep the pages from turning.