Adherence apps can reduce the risk of asthma attacks: study

Technology such as text services and smart inhalers that link to apps can halve the risk of asthma attacks, new research shows.

A study published in the Cochrane Review has found that patients who used digital technologies had much better asthma control and half the risk of asthma attacks as those that did not.

Posted in New Zealand eHealth

Tags: mHealth, University of Auckland

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