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Spirometry with the smartphone

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Patients with chronic lung diseases need to have their health checked continuously, because a deterioration of their condition can have severe consequences. Until now, such check-ups with spirometry have made a visit to the physician necessary. Read in our current interview, how lung patients can save themselves this trouble by checking their health with the smartphone in the future.

Have a sunny week,

Timo Roth
Editorial team MEDICA-tradefair.com

image: 12 - 15 November 2018, MEDICA - World Forum for Medicine in Düsseldorf

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Topic of the Month: Electronic Health Record
Interview: Spirometry with AirNext
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Electronic Health Record: Transparent Patient?

Topic of the Month

Image: A Doctor; Copyright: panthermedia.net/hasloo
A smart hospital has many components, which ultimately come together as a connected whole, thus achieving better patient care. One crucial piece of the puzzle that some countries like the U.S. have implemented but one that’s still missing in Germany is the electronic health record (or electronic medical record). It is shrouded in controversy and yet a critical aspect of the hospital of the future.
Read more in our Topic of the Month:
Electronic Health Record: Transparent Patient?
Smart Hospital: Healthcare rethought
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Air Next: sharing spirometry data for better treatment

Interview

Image: Small, black, oval device with a sensor for fingerprints; Copyright: NuvoAir AB
Some diseases require close, permanent control of the patient, especially if they are chronic and, if unchecked, potentially dangerous, like some lung diseases. Monitoring them is quite cumbersome, because patients regularly need to visit their physician or a hospital. Wireless devices for home measurements offer at least some comfort and relieve to patients.
Read the interview here:
Air Next: sharing spirometry data for better treatment
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