Monitor Risk of Attack

Personalize therapy and prevent attacks

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Step 1

Perform a breath test at home twice per month.

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Step 2

Get alerts when you are at risk of having an asthma attack.

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Step 3

Results are reviewed by your physician to determine if a change in medication is necessary to reduce your risk and prevent the asthma attack.

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We measure the trend of a breath biomarker that indicates risk of attack regardless of symptoms. The biomarker will change when you are exposed to triggers, such as allergens, and is reduced by inhaled steroids. The app shows you how your risk changes over the course of a week, month and year. It helps you see the direct impact of your medications in reducing the risk of attack and understand why it is necessary to use your controller medication even if you're not having symptoms.  

 

Adherence Test  

Help your physician optimize therapy faster

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Step 1

Perform a breath test at home

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Step 2

Self record inhaler use  

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Step 3

Repeat once per day for 7 days. Results are reviewed by your physician to help identify the right medication and dose.

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We measure a biomarker of airway inflammation that is reduced by inhaled steroids. Our software confirms short term adherence and proper inhaler technique from the recorded videos. If the biomarker is reduced over seven days, the test is positive and confirms non-adherence. The result and absolute biomarker levels will help your clinician determine whether to increase your dose or change your medication.