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About this app

AsthmaMD is a FREE Android asthma and COPD management application.

AsthmaMD Peak Flow Meter is now available at every CVS and Walgreens in US (not required to use the app).

It's been the leading app on iphone and the number 1 app recommended by doctors.

Featured on CBS news, the Wall Street Journal, Toronto Global, USA today, Forbes, Mobile Health News, Tech Crunch and more...

AsthmaMD is easy and quick to use to help you with tracking and managing your Asthma and COPD.

Created by Sam Pejham, MD who wanted a better way to care for his asthma patients.

Keep a journal of your asthma easily and quickly.

Visualize your asthma activity on a color graph.

Share asthma diary and color graph with your physician.

Use AsthmaMD to help doctors with asthma research.

Manage multiple users with one device, great for families.

Easily pick from a list of medications or add your own.

Track how medication is helping you manage asthma.

Instantly map your PFM to severity zones.

Track asthma triggers such as:

Allergies, Pollens, Pollutants, etc.

Customize to track FEV1 or PulseOX data.

AsthmaMD not only helps you track your asthma and COPD but you will also be helping doctors and researchers learn more about asthma, and other asthma sufferers like yourself learn about high asthma locations.
You have an option to participate anonymously and securely using systems managed by google to provide researchers with information that has never been available before. Imagine helping a parent find an area to move that has a lower asthma rates, or pick a school in an area with a lower rate of asthma attacks.

We are going to change asthma research and you have a chance to be part of it.

Support us and asthma and COPD research by downloading and using this app and telling other asthma patients about it.

We want to hear from you, email us at
Updated on
Oct 2, 2018

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347 reviews
A Google user
April 7, 2019
Nice features but buggy operation. Adding entries to my records and when I look in the daily report section what is displayed or not displayed on any given record keeps changing, lines of info just disappear. Yes, I'm saving them each time. It's very frustrating as the long term picture is what I'm interested in most, and being able to share accurate records with my doctor. Added medications frequently disappear from the list too. I'll try a few more days but also look for a more reliable app.
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January 2, 2021
This app is really good! I use it with my paper asthma trackers for back ups. I like the graph showing my peak flow readings over different time scales and when I have had symptoms. It would be helpful if the graph showed when you have had your reliever inhaler on the graph and notes you have written, possibly shown where the symptoms appear. Also an option for a MART action plan and to be able to remove or set the timer on the action plan, allowing the time to be set between puffs. Useful app.
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Anne Skåle
April 29, 2021
I love the idea and a lot of the features are well thought trough. But it is glitchy (at least on Samsung Galaxy A5 2017). The function to send a rapport via email to the lung doctor doesn't work.. If you go back and edit an entry it changes the date and time, and medicine entries. So I am going to uninstall it and now have to manually copy every entry into another system.
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