A Basic App for Calculating Predicted and Low Normal Spirometry Values Whether evaluating patients for asthma or for COPD, spirometry is a critical and required part of the diagnostic process. Some primary care practices perform office spirometry, while many of us refer patients to PFT clinics and/or pulmonologists or allergists for evaluation and testing. Interpretation […]
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Clinical trial comes with app for parents to use.
Review of the AAP’s asthma care app for physicians.
Initial data from Apple’s ResearchKit platform shows high levels of engagement.
The Kids Beating Asthma tries to create a way for children to learn about asthma. However, the app is not complete and there are many things that need to be perfected. The content of the app may need to be altered so it is understood by the target audience and the games should find ways to incorporate the information to create a better learning experience.
Management of asthma can often be difficult for patients and parents. The fact that many individuals not possess a smartphone may be beneficial to help record and manage asthma symptoms. AsthmaSense is an app that seeks to help alert patients when to take their medications and when their asthma may be uncontrolled in order to get further help.
Australian digital health startup iSonea raises $1.05 million to continue development of their mobile asthma management system.
AsthmaMD is a well-designed app for asthmatic patients to track their symptoms and peak flow measurements for better control of asthma symptoms.
This is the second part in a series we’re doing on iMedicalApps. This review contains a Creatinine clearance app, History Taking app, and Asthma Tracking app.