STABILISATION DURING CHRONIC OBSTRUCTIVE LUNG DISEASES
Sufferers of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) know the feeling of difficulty in breathing and impaired performance. Although this respiratory disease is incurable, it can be stabilized through a combination of a targeted treatment provided by a primary care physician and a specialist, as well as the patient’s cooperation. The aim is to prevent future acute decline as well as avoidable and straining hospitalisation. This will contribute to gaining control over the disease and retrieve an overall higher quality of life.
THE TELEMEDICINE CARE PROGRAM OF RESPIVA®
Telemedicine offers 24/7 accessibility and availability of an experienced group of doctors and medical experts – every day of the year, on weekends, during holidays – that are there for your needs. This means you can ask any questions related to your condition and receive medical advice at no cost.
OVERVIEW OF RESPIVA®
Users are frequently asked to fill out a COPD assessment test (CAT) about their symptoms. This questionnaire can easily be accessed from a touch screen with a list of possible answers. Your answers will then be automatically forwarded to the telemedicine center.
This console provides the structured questionnaires regarding your health condition with immediate evaluation and direct, specific instructions (e.g. “Minesota” survey for CHF or CAT7-survey for COPD)
Indication: : e.g. chronic respiratory diseases
The telebreather measures and submits the pulmonary function parameters.
Indication: chronic respiratory diseases
The oxygen meter measures the oxygen level in your blood and heart rate.
Indication: e.g. chronic respiratory diseases.
Our glucose meter determines the amount of glucose in your blood. In doing so, a small test strip containing a drop of a blood sample (e.g. coming from a fingertip) is inserted into the opening of the glucometer.
This monitor measures blood pressure.
Indication: Chronic heart failure
The TeleWeight scale is used for daily weight measuring.
Indication: Chronic heart failure.