Are you using your inhaler the WRONG way?

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Description

The startup company Airbrio featured in a national newspaper article on issues with the use of Asthma inhalers. 

"A revolutionary hand-held device can help asthma patients use their inhalers properly. The gadget flashes a green light if the right amount of medication has been inhaled, and a red one if not.

Called the Airbrio, it could cut asthma attacks and wheezing by ensuring sufferers get the right amount of drug into their lungs.

The charity Asthma UK estimates up to one in three patients is making their condition worse by not using their inhaler properly.

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Period7 May 2018

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Media contributions

  • TitleAre you using your inhaler the WRONG way? Warning as Britain's asthma death rate rises by 20 per cent
    Degree of recognitionNational
    Media name/outletDaily Mail (Mail Online)
    Media typeWeb
    CountryUnited Kingdom
    Date7/05/18
    Description"A revolutionary hand-held device can help asthma patients use their inhalers properly. The gadget flashes a green light if the right amount of medication has been inhaled, and a red one if not.

    Called the Airbrio, it could cut asthma attacks and wheezing by ensuring sufferers get the right amount of drug into their lungs.

    The charity Asthma UK estimates up to one in three patients is making their condition worse by not using their inhaler properly."
    Producer/Author PAT HAGAN
    PersonsJim Harkin