Do your patients have asthma? Show them the pathophysiology of asthma in their preferred language.
The Asthma & Me app uses face detection technology along with augmented reality to create an educational short video overlay of a diseased airway onto a patient’s video selfie.
The video can be used to facilitate the discussion with the patient of what is occurring during an asthma attack – airway inflammation, bronchiole constriction, and mucus production.
The app uses the patient’s own smartphone or tablet device settings to select their preferred language.
When the iPhone’s front or rear camera is aimed at an individual face, an animation of the lungs is overlaid and a short video illustrating the physiology of an asthma attack can be produced and recorded.
This video can them be saved and shared via social media or email.
Download the Asthma & Me app to give it a try.
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Now I get it!
I heard about this app and thought I'd get it since it's free. So glad I did because now I can visualize what is happening with my daughter's asthma. It really drives home the message when I can put my own daughter in the picture. Literally.
I don’t know
I don’t know that the animation is real. It’s hard to tell.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.