September 9, 2013
iSonea, the Maryland-based startup working on smartphone-based asthma monitoring, says it will launch its AirSonea connected hardware device in Australia prior to launching in the US.
The company's AirSonea product, which builds on the company's previous device, the Wheezometer, uses a proprietary sensing method the company calls Acoustic Respiratory Monitoring to monitor an asthma patient's...
December 18, 2012
Asthmapolis. Asthma Journal. AsthmaMD. GlaxoSmithKline's MyAsthma. AsthmaSense and AirSonea, both from iSonea. T-Haler. CitiSense. WeatherMD. iBiomed. Healthanywhere. SMS-based Asthma Signals.
Those are just the asthma-related mobile apps and wireless devices MobiHealthNews has written about. Check Google Play and you'll find nearly 250 Android apps for learning about, treating, tracking and...
September 4, 2012
iSonea's AsthmaSense App
Medical technology company iSonea has raised $1.05 million in funding from Australian businessman Bruce Mathieson, who now owns about 15 percent of the company.
iSonea's CEO Michael Thomas explained that the funding would help the company build more of its medical devices' functionality into the smartphone platform: "iSonea is committed to developing innovative, non-...