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SpiroLink® is an FDA Cleared, smart digital spirometer designed to measure peak flow, FEV1, PEF, and more. SpiroLink’s® innovative pressure sensor design, increases the device lifespan, by limiting dirt, dust, debris, and mucus from damaging the device during use. This design also aids in providing the most accurate pulmonary measurements and results.Designed for both on-the go use or at home monitoring, SpiroLink® is a cost-effective remote monitoring solution for medical professionals as well as those who need to manage chronic respiratory conditions such as Asthma or COPD.
Our app automatically generates in-depth reports based off of a user’s pulmonary function test results.
These reports include:
These reports can then be shared with your physician or family members with one single click. Never worry about printing or emailing your reports again.
Additionally, your reports and respiratory health data is automatically uploaded and saved in the cloud – meaning you have access to any of your previously recorded test results at any time.
In-App Medical Log
The app’s built in log feature – allows users to store reports and any additional medical information such as medications being taken or prescribed, diagnosis, treatments being administered, or any changes in symptoms, all in a single, consolidated location.
Finally, the SpiroLink® App also provides in-app access to the Asthma Control Test (ACT) and COPD Assessment Test (CAT) Health Assessments (Premium).
Both of these are tests are subjective questionnaires used by a patient to rank the impact they feel COPD or Asthma has on their day-to-day life. These tests can also be used as subjective benchmarks to monitor and measure how the symptoms of these respiratory conditions change and evolve over time. Especially when a patient is undergoing a new treatment.
Asthma Control Test (ACT):
“The Asthma Control Test™ can help you and your doctor determine whether your asthma is being properly controlled. Share the score with your healthcare provider as a starting point for a conversation about your asthma management goals." You can read more about the ACT here.
COPD Assessment Test (CAT):
The COPD Assessment Test (CAT) is a questionnaire for people with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD). It is designed to measure the impact of COPD on a person's life, and how this changes over time.
The results of the test should only be used in discussion with your healthcare professional to better manage your COPD.