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Description

MyAsthma is for people (or those under their care) living with asthma. It is designed to help you understand more about asthma and provide information to help you manage your condition.

MyAsthma is a Class I Medical Device and has been developed by GSK in collaboration with healthcare professionals at the Nottingham Respiratory Research Unit at the University of Nottingham, to help ensure quality and accuracy in the information it provides.

With MyAsthma, you can:
• Track and manage your own or up to five other people’s asthma. Easily switch between accounts to keep them all up to date.
• Use the simple Asthma Control Test© (ACT) or the Childhood Asthma Control Test© (C-ACT) to monitor asthma control every 30 days.
• See current environmental information including temperature, pollution and pollen. MyAsthma includes the different types of pollen in the air at that moment.
• See information that is relevant to you. MyAsthma learns more as you interact with it and gives you information when you need it.
• Record asthma attacks including date, possible triggers, your symptoms and if you had to use your inhaler.
• Track your medication use.
• Store your Peak Flow or Spirometry readings, which show how well your lungs are working, as part of a personal asthma record.
• Share your personal asthma summary with a healthcare professional as part of an asthma action plan.
• Link to leading health platforms, fitness trackers and health apps to bring all your data together.

By recording your potential asthma triggers such as pollen, dust and animal hair (MyAsthma contains an extensive list of common triggers of asthma) and combining this with information on your surroundings that may be relevant, you can have a better understanding of how to manage your asthma.

MyAsthma gives you the ability to check and track asthma control by using the clinical tools: the Asthma Control Test© (ACT) or for parents, the Childhood Asthma Control Test© (C-ACT). These simple tools can be used over time to understand how well you are managing your asthma and the information can be easily shared with your healthcare professional to help make improvements in care.

MyAsthma is not intended to diagnose asthma or provide advice on medicines, as this is the responsibility of the asthma patient’s healthcare professionals.

Weather and pollution data is supplied by Accuweather.
Pollen data is supplied by MeteoVista.
Asthma Control Test is a trademark of QualityMetric Incorporated.
Childhood Asthma Control Test is a copyright of GSK.

MyAsthma has been developed by GSK.

MyAsthma is a Class I Medical Device and CE marked according to the EU Medical Device Directive 93/42/EEC to permit use within the EU.

RF/AST/0019/14r(2). Date of prep: March 2018. Document version 1.0.3 App version 3.0.3
MyAsthma is a registered trademark of the GlaxoSmithKline group of companies.
©Copyright GlaxoSmithKline 2016-2018. All rights reserved.

What's New

Version 3.1.1

The latest version is a “hotfix” meant to address an issue in version 3.1 which causes the app to occasionally crash at start-up.

Ratings and Reviews

Confusing

MariaandJohn

The layout of this app is very confusing. I think it has the right idea but it takes a lot of thinking about because of the way the information is collected. All I really want from an asthma app is how many times a day I am taking my steroid, how often I need to take my reliever and what may have caused me to take my reliever. My steroid use varies according to seasons and coughs/colds but there doesn't seem to be a way to record this. It's a shame because I had an app that produced a graph of steroid usage so you could track what was likely to cause an increase in the need for the steroid. Sorry but this is just too difficult.

This looks fantastic

Cephid

I have just used this for the last couple of days. It takes a bit of time to log in and register but if you make the effort the app seems fantastic.

You can take a test to see how well you are managing with your asthma and then it will tell you about your triggers such as pollen etc. You can also log your attacks and then build a plan to take to your doctor (obviously I haven't done this yet).

So far so good

Surprisingly useful!

*-.TheReviewer.-*

I don't normally download health apps but this piqued my interest after a friend recommended it. It looks really great (unlike most apps of this type) and is currently helping me to keep an eye on my young son's asthma and identify what are the things that trigger his attacks. I'm actually interested to see where this goes and if it provides something useful next time I speak to my doc!

Information

Seller
Glaxo SmithKline PLC
Size
180.3 MB
Category
Health & Fitness
Compatibility
Requires iOS 10.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone and iPod touch.
Languages
English
Age Rating
You must be at least 17 years old to download this application.
Frequent/Intense Medical/Treatment Information
Unrestricted Web Access
Copyright
© Glaxo SmithKline PLC
Price
Free

Supports

  • Family Sharing

    Up to six family members will be able to use this app with Family Sharing enabled.

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