Launching New App - How to Use Inhalers in Multiple Languages

For the first time, will launch their new App that provides training on correct use of inhalers in multiple languages with multiple inhalers for Asthma and COPD patients.

Barrington, RI, March 10, 2013 --( The inhaled respiratory market represents one of the largest categories of drug spending, with continuing growth due to the increasing diagnosis of conditions such as Asthma and COPD.

As the incidence of these conditions increases, there exists a growing and significant opportunity to improve and expand new and advance ways of patient education with better care and management of the respiratory disease.

Teaching correct use of inhalers with the latest technology on iPhone and iPad can drastically improve the standards of patient education with treatment efficacy.

How to use Inhalers App videos demonstrate each step clearly. They provide basic repetitive exercises for each step, working on timing and inhaler technique. The videos are clearly narrated and enhanced with graphics that clear up any ambiguity. With a large range of inhalers available for asthma sufferers, this app can be handy for patients who are prescribed multiple inhalers and understand their regional language only.

Patients can select their language and inhaler to start the real time training on how to use their inhaler device and share their recording with front facing camera with their Physician.

Healthcare industry required a mobile application to be used by doctors and nurses, as well as patients themselves, to demonstrate the correct technique required to use each one.

Providing easy-to-access information in the form of an app, patients could reap better benefit from their current inhaler and keep their technique up to scratch for as long as they use it.
Dr. Fiona Shetty
401 603 1984