AsthmaPulse 1.1.0 for iPhone – New Asthma Help App
Austin, Texas – Announcing Enemra, Inc., the developer of AsthmaPulse, has launched an important product for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad users. A brand new application, AsthmaPulse is a comprehensive tool to help asthmatics monitor and manage their peak flow number, symptoms, triggers and medications and provide the latest news about the disease. Based on the objective data input, which can be shared in person or by email, healthcare providers can work with patients to customize personal treatment. In the case of an asthma emergency, the app can be preset to contact help. To introduce AsthmaPulse to the AppStore marketplace, Enemra is offering the application at a price of only $3.99. The cost of the next version release will likely be higher, due to the planned integration of Google Health.
AsthmaPulse may just be the breath of fresh air that every asthmatic needs. It is a comprehensive tool with one main goal – to help asthma sufferers find relief. The application provides a means of monitoring and managing asthma symptoms, triggers and medications, based on the data input by users. Peak flow numbers are also monitored and may indicate an oncoming attack before a user is aware of it.
All of the recorded information is stored into data tables or plotted into graphs for easy checking of patterns and progress. There is also a section in the app that can help users pinpoint their asthma triggers. To keep asthmatics stay current on research, discoveries and breakthroughs, AsthmaPulse provides the latest news. Often times, patients are aware of what’s happening on the asthma front before their doctors do.
While a user’s personal health details are password protected, they can be securely shared by email, or in person, with a doctor of caregiver. The information can be used to formulate a personalized healthcare plan, customized to address the emerging patterns and data.
For added peace of mind, Enemra has developed the AsthmaPulse application with an emergency safeguard. “Each patient has a best peak flow number, which indicates when they have their optimum breathing capacity. The app indicates that a person is there by showing them in the green zone. When someone slips into yellow, that’s a warning that their peak flow is getting dangerously low. If an asthmatic hits the red zone, they are at a critical point and need help right away,” explains company founder, Monica Nudurumati.
AsthmaPulse provides emergency medical contact for those suffering in the dangerous red zone. It has to be preset to do it automatically but once done, the app will call a patient’s doctor or emergency personnel for help. Usually, when an asthmatic’s peak flow number dips that low, they are unable to speak for themselves.
This application provides everything possible to help those suffering from asthma to take control of their disease:
* Easy use interface
* Daily asthma journal
* Key data aspects plotted on easy to read, color coded graphs
* Information is based on personal best peak flow number
* Symptoms tracked quantitatively to uncover patterns and variations
* Keep track of rescue and regular medication dosage
* Track and manage triggers
* Browse the latest asthma related news
* Create and maintain a personalized asthma action plan
* Can be easily set up to automatically send for emergency help when necessary
* Google Health integration coming soon – watch for it!
As an introduction to the AppStore, Enemra is offering AsthmaPulse at the low price of $3.99. The app’s next version release will include the integration of Google Health and Enemra developers are predicting that the cost will necessarily be higher.
* iPhone4 and iPod touch, iPad
* Requires iOS 4.0 or later
* 5.9 MB
Pricing and Availability:
AsthmaPulse 1.1.0 is only $3.99 (USD) and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Medical category. Promo codes are available for qualified reviewers. Please specify the website or blog you represent when making your request.
Enemra, Inc. holds the vision of empowering patients to pro-actively manage their chronic illnesses. The company believes that better health results can be achieved when patients are armed with solid information, useful tools and shared experiences. Enemra’s goal for AsthmaPulse is to help asthmatics to breathe easy. Copyright (C) 2010 Mobile-App-Marketing-Makeover & Edward Turner. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone and iPod are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.
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