AsthmaSense app

By Jonah Comstock 01:08 pm 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...
By Brian Dolan 04:35 am July 24, 2012
A recent must-read report from the New England Health Institute (NEHI) identified about a dozen different promising digital health technology trends and offered up an analysis of the market readiness of each. Central to NEHI’s determination of how evolved a particular digital health technology was, rested on its efficacy evidence base. The report is actually organized into sections that group the...
By Brian Dolan 02:24 am June 5, 2012
Maryland-based asthma device company, iSonea, makers of the Wheezometer device, recently offered up its first smartphone app, AsthmaSense for iPhone, iPad and Android users. The first iteration of AsthmaSense includes journaling features, medication and testing alert reminders, emergency services contact information, and the ability to share data with caregivers and providers. Future versions of...