AsthmaSense Cloud brings together the tools you need to
manage your asthma. Set reminders for meds and
measurements, record symptoms and triggers, and track,
share and review multiple accounts online with the
Your asthma guardian
AsthmaSense Cloud provides an ongoing record of your symptoms, medication use,
and AirSonea WheezeRate measurements. This information will help you and your
healthcare provider know how well your asthma is controlled.
Receive alerts when your level of asthma control changes.
Gain insight into how and why your level of control has changed.
Reminders for Medications
Reminders for medication use, WheezeRATE and Peak Flow measurements can be set for up to four users.
Self-management is one of the keys to controlling your asthma.
Monitor & Track
Easily monitor and track medication usage, symptoms, asthma triggers and
measurements such as WheezeRATE and Peak Flow.
Monitor & Track
Gain More Control, Manage Your Asthma
AsthmaSense Cloud helps you to take control of your asthma by allowing
you to track and monitor asthma symptoms and medication usage and can increase your
awareness and knowledge of how asthma affects you.
Personal asthma management
Set your medications, triggers, symptoms, visualise
data and get insights just for you.
Record asthma symptoms, easily.
No one has the room to carry around a pad of paper
and pen. The simplicity and ease of logging symptoms
and triggers as they occur, wheeze and peak flow
measurements, scheduled medication and unscheduled
medication use can be logged with a few quick taps.
Weather with a purpose
Keep a heads up on the weather to better prepare
you for your day. Know if the pollen count is high
that day or if dark skies are moving in so you can
better manage your asthma.
Get more from your doctor’s visits
AsthmaSense Cloud removes the guesswork from
treatment adherence, triggers and symptoms. Don’t waste
an hour at the doctor trying to remember everything
from the previous month, let AsthmaSense help.
Emergency info, with one tap.
When symptoms develop the Asthma Action Plan created by you and your
physician is available for review with instructions. You can also simply tap on the emergency icon to speak directly with your defined emergency contact.
Location, location, location
Where you are plays a part in your asthma risk.
Through a neural network and GPS, know where asthma
attacks are happening or when people are
experiencing high WheezeRATEs or increase in