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AsthmaMD is the original asthma research app. Is a FREE (no hidden or upgrade fees) iPhone, iPod, iPad asthma management application.
The number-1 asthma and COPD management app, now sold with the AsthmaMD Peak Flow Meter in every Walgreens and CVS in US.
AsthmaMD is easy and quick to use.
Created by Sam Pejham, MD.
Keep a journal of your asthma easily and quickly.
Visualize your asthma activity on a color graph.
Patent Pending Asthma Action Plan for greatly simplifies using your Action Plan.
Share asthma diary and color graph with your physician.
Use AsthmaMD to help doctors with asthma research.
Manage multiple users with one device.
Easily pick from a list of medications.
Track how medication is helping you manage asthma.
Instantly map your PFM to severity zones.
Track asthma triggers such as:
Allergies, Pollens, Pollutants, etc.
AsthmaMD not only helps you track your asthma but you will also be helping doctors and researchers learn more about asthma, and other asthma sufferers like yourself learn about high asthma locations.
You have an option to participate anonymously and securely using systems managed by google to provide researchers with information that has never been available before. Imagine helping a parent find an area to move that has a lower asthma rates, or pick a school in an area with a lower rate of asthma attacks.
We are going to change asthma research and you have a chance to be part of it.
Support us and asthma research by downloading and using this app and telling other asthma patients about it.
We want to hear from you, email us at help@AsthmaMD.org
What's New in Version 3.23
1 - Additional triggers for better tracking
2 - Tracking your allergy test
We added an entire new section to AsthmaMD.org site to better educate users about their triggers.
We are listening to all your suggestions so please keep sending.
Very Good Tracking Device
I'm kind of a data person and I bought a peak flow and fev1 monitor for the first time when I started using the app. It's been interesting to see how (poorly sometimes) my perception of my breathing matches with the stats. I take Montelukast in the early afternoon because I usually exercise in the early evening and the reminder tool definitely is a huge help, especially on a busy day.
The app is easy to use and provides not only helpful reminders to check respiratory levels and to take medications, which makes managing asthma much easier, but also can provide reassurance that the condition is under control and, of course, warnings when it is not.
This app helps to track how well I'm doing with my asthma it also is a great reminder about meds that have to be taken in the middle of the day. I also am able to take it my doctor and he can see what my asthma is doing its great