Smart Peak Flow Meter Bluetooth Adapter included – Track your Asthma, learn your triggers & take better care of your body.
Make managing asthma easier with the Smart Peak Flow Meter – now available for Android and iPhone. Download the free Smart Peak Flow App and use the compact and self-monitoring digital peak expiratory flow meter to measure your peak flow in the comfort of your own home. Simply blow into the mouthpiece three times and let the app take and record your peak flow measurement. The Smart Peak Flow Meter plugs into the audio jack port of your smartphone and detects asthma exacerbations before you can even feel them. Its diagnostic spirometer technology ensures accurate peak flow measurements every time, making it a reliable alternative to mechanical peak flow meters.
The Smart Peak Flow Meter is ergonomically designed with a detachable mouthpiece and ultra-lightweight body, making it comfortable to hold and portable enough to fit in the palm of your hand. It is suitable for adults and children aged five and above, and can help prevent asthma attacks up to seven days in advance. The Smart Peak Flow App reminds you to take your readings, tracks your progress, and allows you to share your readings instantly with your physician.
The app is user-friendly and easy to use, providing accurate peak flow readings and what they mean. It meets all international standards for portable peak flow meters and does not require batteries or charging to operate. In the box, you’ll find the Smart Peak Flow Meter, washable mouthpiece, carry bag, and user manual.
Compared to manual peak flow meters, the Smart Peak Flow Meter offers medical-grade CE certified sensors, personalized charts and tips in the Asthma diary, and an asthma alert and symptoms feature that predicts potential asthma attacks up to seven days in advance. The Trigger notes feature allows you to make notes about how your body reacts to different places, times, and activities, while the color zones feature lets you know if you need medical attention and works around your doctor’s action plan. The app also offers reminders, quotes, and achievements to help you remember to take your readings.
To use the Smart Peak Flow App, blow into the device three times and save the highest result. You can manually save notes about your symptoms and track your progress over time. The app provides data that reveals whether you are in a green (safe), yellow, or red (at risk) zone, allowing you to share accurate results with your physician. Download the app for free on both iPhones and Android phones. Please note that the device needs sufficient ambient lighting to work and should not be used in a dark room.
What’s in the box
- Smart Peak Flow Meter
- Bluetooth Adaptor
- Reusable Mouthpiece
- Carry Bag/pouch
- User Manual
- User friendly FREE Smartphone App – Available on all phones with Android 5.0 or iOS 10 (or later)
“Smart Peak Flow measures your peak flow, but also a percentage compared to your last best blow. This comparison is invaluable when trying to work out if your asthma is worsening or not.” – Dr. Andras Szantho, Lung Specialist
“I recommend Smart Peak Flow as regular peak flow readings help me assess my patients. I know whether the medications I prescribe actually work.” – Prof. Krzysztof Buczyłko, Director of Allergology
Predicting future asthma attacks
The Smart Peak Flow is a particularly useful device that allows you to gain insight into your lung capacity for the next day. If you also fill in how often you use your inhalator, the app will be able to predict asthma attacks.
Take a deep breath and blow into the mouthpiece. It is the speed and force of your exhaled breath that counts, not the length of it. After blowing, the peak expiratory flow (PEF) appears in liters per minute. You’ll also see how this result relates to your “Personal Best”, the best value you have blown up to that point. The app asks you to perform three blows and will save the highest of those values as the result.
Depending on your result, the “traffic light” will be green (asthma under control), amber (caution) or red (medical emergency). Colours help you know if you’re good to go or need medical attention. Works with your doctor’s action plan.