Development of image processing-based smartphone App (Application Software) for self-management of inhaled medicines for patients with asthma or COPD

Y. Setoguchi (Tokyo, Japan), Y. Miyazaki (Tokyo, Japan), Y. Nakayama (Tokyo, Japan), L. Matsuyama (Tokyo, Japan), M. Ando (Tokyo, Japan), S. Matsuba (Tokyo, Japan), M. Uchida (Tokyo, Japan)

Source: Virtual Congress 2020 – Asthma inhalers: devices and adherence studies
Session: Asthma inhalers: devices and adherence studies
Session type: E-poster session
Number: 3189
Disease area: Airway diseases

Congress or journal article abstractE-poster

Rating: 0
You must login to grade this presentation.

Share or cite this content

Citations should be made in the following way:
Y. Setoguchi (Tokyo, Japan), Y. Miyazaki (Tokyo, Japan), Y. Nakayama (Tokyo, Japan), L. Matsuyama (Tokyo, Japan), M. Ando (Tokyo, Japan), S. Matsuba (Tokyo, Japan), M. Uchida (Tokyo, Japan). Development of image processing-based smartphone App (Application Software) for self-management of inhaled medicines for patients with asthma or COPD. 3189

You must login to share this Presentation/Article on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn or by email.

Member's Comments

No comment yet.
You must Login to comment this presentation.

Related content which might interest you:
Pilot telemedicine program for COPD patients based on Kinect® system
Source: Annual Congress 2013 –Monitoring symptoms and quality of life
Year: 2013

Improved MDI inhaler technique observed in adult asthma patients with Web based education
Source: Annual Congress 2013 –Improving educational programmes for patients and multidisciplinary healthcare professionals
Year: 2013

Comparing pharmacist time use for asthma and COPD patients using various types of inhaler devices
Source: International Congress 2015 – Is asthma always an easy disease to diagnose and manage?
Year: 2015

Comparison of asthma and COPD patients' perception of appropriate metered-dose inhaler technique with a questionnaire and supervision based reference standard
Source: International Congress 2014 – Clinical assessment of airway diseases
Year: 2014

Assessing symptoms in COPD: Use of the E-RS daily digital diary in early drug development
Source: International Congress 2016 – Monitoring airway diseases with clinical tools
Year: 2016

Self-management education using interactive application software for tablet computer to improve health status in patients with COPD: A randomized controlled trial
Source: International Congress 2016 – Latest insights into the management of chronic respiratory diseases
Year: 2016

Safety profile of glycopyrronium in patients with COPD: An innovative approach to analyse data from post-marketing surveillance (PMS)
Source: International Congress 2014 – Asthma and COPD management
Year: 2014

Development and validation of an innovative self-administered computerized (SAC) version of baseline/transition dyspnea index (BDI/TDI) for evaluating breathlessness in patients with COPD: The BLAZE study
Source: Annual Congress 2013 –Novel pharmacological findings in the management of respiratory disorders
Year: 2013

Automated video analysis of movements in learning the inhaled administration of drugs by patients: A validation study
Source: International Congress 2016 – Abstracts in medical education, the web and the internet
Year: 2016

Routine clinical use of Electronic Monitoring Devices (EMD) to measure inhaler adherence in children with Difficult Asthma (DA)
Source: International Congress 2019 – Paediatric asthma: risk factors, biomarkers and the basics
Year: 2019

Evaluation of the teach-to-goal method in improving inhaler technique in paediatric asthma patients
Source: Virtual Congress 2021 – Paediatric allergic asthma: novel therapeutics and monitoring approaches
Year: 2021

Impact of a mobile health pilot study on asthma rescue inhaler use, control and self-management
Source: International Congress 2015 – Non-inflammatory monitoring of airway diseases
Year: 2015

Description of the UK’s asthma and COPD inhaler use
Source: International Congress 2018 – Epidemiology of COPD : from exarcebations and comorbidities to asthma-COPD overlap syndrome (ACOS)
Year: 2018

Wearable smart technology for monitoring COPD with co-morbidities – Patients’ perceptions
Source: International Congress 2015 – Tele-rehabilitation in chronic lung diseases
Year: 2015

Exploring the attitudes of adolescents with asthma towards monitoring and sharing of data on their inhaler use
Source: International Congress 2015 – Paediatric asthma and allergy: e-health in management
Year: 2015

Real-world prescribing patterns among newly diagnosed COPD patients receiving ICS: An analysis of UK patient dataset
Source: International Congress 2014 – New clinical evidence for asthma and COPD treatments
Year: 2014

Satisfaction survey on the use of breath actuated Inhaler
Source: International Congress 2016 – Pulmonary drug delivery
Year: 2016

Pattern of asthma control and inhaled corticosteroid (ICS) use in an Australian asthma population
Source: Annual Congress 2013 –Treatment and adherence to treatment of respiratory disease
Year: 2013

Comparison of inspiratory flow rates using an innovative dry powder inhaler (DPI) in patients with mild–severe asthma and severe COPD
Source: International Congress 2014 – Rationale behind respiratory drug development
Year: 2014

Assessment of patient engagement and adherence with once-daily indacaterol/glycopyrronium/mometasone (IND/GLY/MF) Breezhaler digital companion in asthma: interim analysis from Germany
Source: Virtual Congress 2021 – Remote monitoring of respiratory patients
Year: 2021