respiratory
Asthma

Home monitoring hope for asthma patients


A device which uses sound waves to detect lung function is hoped to give people with asthma a new way to self-monitor at home, predict flare-ups and stay out of hospital. The cloud-based device being trialled by the Woolcock Institute of Medical Research in Sydney uses gentle sound waves to probe the lungs as patients breathe ...

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