The collected data are always available in the form of an interactive graphic. The peak flow values (asthma traffic light system) can be acquired individually.
The recorded data can be in a few simple steps, your doctor will be notified in the form of a standardized report by e-mail. ** The graphical representation of the data shows any time how your asthma has developed and may be useful for planning the next consultation with your doctor to help.
I am asthmatic and I visit an allergist since childhood. Each visit starts with the same question:
"How have you been?"
I never know what to answer because my memory is short.
I needed a way to easily remember my difficulties and this is exactly what Asthma Logger does. With help of Asthma Logger application I can give my allergist new information which she can use to choose right treatment.
The application allows to log two event types:
How are you today - choosing one of options "perfect", "not bad", "bad".
SOS spray application - each time you apply an SOS spray (Ventolin, Berodual, ..) you log it.
Logged data are available for browsing or generating a medical PDF report and send it to your doctor.
Correct functioning and sense of the application depends on how responsibly are you logging the events. Asthma Logger was designed to make the logging as easy and simple as possible.
Asthma Logger is available for mobile phones with Android 2.1 and above.
Scientific studies show that the health problems faced by asthma sufferers can be almost completely brought under control with careful monitoring.
AsthmaCheck offers perfect monitoring:
- electronic peak flow record
- individual medication planer
- notifications of peak flow readings, checks and medication
- clear overview of your asthma record: as list, chart or diary
- functional and intuitive user interface
- symptom control with a simple 5-point check (GINA)
- smoking and sport tracking
- comprehensive statistical evaluation
- export data as PDF, CSV or as plain text in an email
AsthmaCheck will mean less discomfort and reduced medication. The aim of modern asthma therapies is to completely bring the illness under control using as little medication as possible. AsthmaCheck will help you optimally record your data and reduce your medication.
Clear data record
AsthmaCheck helps patients to help themselves. The App was specially developed by pulmonary specialists to assist patients to optimally and independently manage their illness. Thanks to the App’s intuitive user interface and its simple design and icons, patients have a clear record of their readings, allowing them to keep a careful eye on their asthma
Let AsthmaCheck remind you of medication, checks or your peak flow readings to specific point of times. AsthmaCheck will also remind you in case of low amount of medicine.
Regular symptom check
Monitor your success with AsthmaCheck. In order to help you to systematically monitor your asthma, AsthmaCheck provides you with a simple 5-point check – in accordance with the Global Initiative for Asthma GINA – that you can run regularly.
Install AsthmaCheck today on your Android Phone, iPhone, iPod touch or iPad and experience how modern monitoring can help you improve your life with asthma.
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AirSonea™ is the operating app for the AirSonea™ Wheeze Monitor. You will need to purchase an AirSonea monitor in order to use this app on your phone.* AirSonea enables people with asthma to detect and measure wheezing, a common symptom associated with airway obstruction. Using AirSonea often in different settings and activities will help you determine whether your wheezing is getting worse, getting better, or staying the same.
The goal of having objective measurements of wheeze is to make the user more aware of their symptoms and triggers, and thus more aware of changing risks for an asthma event. Wheeze monitoring can help people adhere to their Asthma Action Plans.
How AirSonea™ can help in asthma monitoring:
- Detects Wheeze: Objectively detects and measures wheeze, a primary sign of asthma and airway obstruction.
- Share Data: Enables you to share data with your health care provider to help customize your care.
- Seamless Monitoring: AirSonea is convenient and easy to use. Record and monitor multiple users from one device.
How it works:
- Use AirSonea anywhere to take an accurate measurement of your WheezeRATE™
- The AirSonea sensor detects and digitizes breathing sounds, and via Bluetooth® these are transferred to your smartphone. The digitized sounds are then transmitted to the cloud and analyzed for the presence of wheeze.
- This important information is transmitted back to your phone or the phone of a caregiver. You can then share an accurate picture of your asthma situation with your medical provider.
*Available for sale in Australia, the device is not yet available for sale in the USA.
Wichtig !!! Es ist eine neue Version der App im Store erhältlich. Suchen Sie nach Asthma Manager 2 im Play Store !!!
Organisieren Sie mit dem Asthma Manager ihre Erkrankung. Haben Sie die Adressen Ihrer Ärzte, Ihre Medikamente und Ihre Krankengeschichte stets bei sich. Führen Sie regelmäßig Tagebuch über Ihre Erkrankung und legen Sie dieses beim nächsten Besuch Ihrem behandelnden Arzt vor um so die Therapie zu optimieren. Mit Hilfe des Kalenders und verschiedener Diagramme lassen sich die einzelnen Einträge stets übersichtlich Darstellen. Die Daten lassen sich einfach (z.B. per Email) exportieren.
Einige Vorteile dieser App:
* Entwicklung unter ärztlicher Anleitung.
* Entwickelt in Deutschland in deutscher Sprache.
* Keine Weitergabe der medizinischen Daten an Dritte.
The first section is for people who have or think they might have asthma. Your family, friends or carers may also find it useful. It aims to make you and your family aware of the treatment and care you should expect to receive. It will also help you to take control of your condition by understanding the latest research evidence.
This section covers:
• who will be involved in looking after your asthma;
• how you can help control your asthma;
• asthma attacks;
• asthma in young people;
• how asthma is controlled during pregnancy;
• work-related asthma; and
• where to find out more about asthma.
The second section of the app is for the parents and carers of children who have or might have asthma. It aims to make parents and carers aware of the treatment and care they should expect their children to receive. It will also help you to understand the latest research evidence so you can manage your child’s condition better.
This section covers:
• who will be involved in looking after your child’s asthma;
• how you can help control your child’s asthma;
• asthma attacks;
• asthma in young people; and
• where to find out more about asthma.
Treatment of acute symptoms is usually with an inhaled short-acting beta-2 agonist (such as salbutamol). Symptoms can be prevented by avoiding triggers, such as allergens and irritants, and by inhaling corticosteroids. Leukotriene antagonists are less effective than corticosteroids and thus less preferred.
The prevalence of asthma has increased significantly since the 1970s. As of 2009, 300 million people were affected worldwide. In 2009 asthma caused 250,000 deaths globally. Despite this, with proper control of asthma with step down therapy, prognosis is generally good.
The animated videos helps in understanding and retaining the information better.
The Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) series from Focus Medica are extremely useful reference sources designed to enhance the understanding and dispel misconceptions regarding common diseases and disorders. Each FAQ provides answers to the common questions that occur in the mind regarding the causes, treatment, and management of a health condition. Every title is accompanied by captivating and realistic animation videos providing an insight into mechanisms of action in the micro world of the human body and a collection of relevant images.
- Learning contents adapted to kids and teenagers
- Up to 5 modules of information
- English and Spanish voices
- Up to 8 different games to help understanding the medical contents (puzzle, alphabet soup, find the differences, make pairs...)
The educational path, medical content and artwork are made by the Pediatrics Service at the Hospital Universitario San Carlos de Madrid (Spain) and supervised by the Instituto de Investigación Sanitaria at HCSC
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