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Tag: spirometry

Digital Healthcare: What Do Patients Think? Part 2

Patients Open to Digital Healthcare In this post, we will focus on the positive views that European asthma and COPD patients have about digital healthcare services and devices. This is our second blog post based on EFA’s newly published DIG_IT report (see our introduction here). The results of the survey are encouraging: the majority of […]

What Are FEV1, FEV6 and FVC? Read Here What These Common Spirometry Values Mean

18.2.2021 Living with Asthma

Numbers, charts and funny abbreviations – reading your spirometry results can feel a little overwhelming in the beginning. What do the values actually mean? Read on to learn about four important values that you’ll get with our KAMU Spiro, a mobile spirometer designed for home use. FEV1 – How Much You Exhaled During the First […]

How to Take a Spirometry Test at Home

28.1.2021 Living with Asthma

Most people who have asthma only take a spirometry (lung function test) occasionally, during a doctor’s appointment and monitor their lung condition at home with a peak flow meter. Now, however, it is possible to take a spirometry test at home, too. Follow these steps and get as reliable spirometry results as possible with KAMU […]

KAMU Health Wins WSA Award 2020 with Digital Solution for Monitoring Lungs During The COVID-19 Pandemic

17.12.2020 Press release

HELSINKI 17 Dec 2020 – KAMU Health Ltd’s digital solution for monitoring lungs during the COVID-19 pandemic has been recognized as one of the 40 WSA Winners from 26 countries of the year 2020. WSA is a global initiative recognizing local digital content contributing to the achievement of the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). KAMU’s […]

Give Asthmatics Peace of Mind This Christmas – Check Out This Discount Code for Predictive Self-Management Service KAMU Asthma!

3.12.2020 Living with Asthma

This year has been unusual, and the COVID-19 pandemic has caused additional worry for many asthmatics and their loved ones. At the same time, visits to clinics have been limited due to the risk of the virus spreading. Fortunately, it seems that asthma doesn’t increase the risk of a severe coronavirus disease as long as […]