This article explains how to complete the daily tasks in the respiriTM app in less than 2 minutes per day.
Entering your data takes less than 2 minutes per day when you use Daily Tasks in the respiri app. Whenever you open the app, on the home screen you will see a set of daily tasks. This simplifies collecting your data into a daily task schedule which is displayed as a set of cards every day.
Daily task cards are displayed on the home screen where you can see which tasks you need to complete at a glance and you can swipe through to complete them. When completed they will change colour from white to a solid blue and a green tick will show you that they are done.
The Daily Tasks are reset every day; hence, they will appear the following day in white, when it's time for you to complete them again.
The Daily Progress bar that tells if you are on track to complete your tasks.
Daily Tasks can assist you to do the following:
(1) Record Wheeze rate
(2) Log Symptoms + triggers
(3) Log Medication usage
(4) Complete *any health tracking questionnaires as directed by your doctor.
You can swipe through to complete all the tasks in less than 2 minutes a day.
You can see your data from each of the completed cards and return to the home screen at any time by tapping the Today icon in the bottom left of the app navigation bar.
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wheezo® is not intended for diagnostic use. wheezo® is intended to detect and record abnormal breath sounds (continuous adventitious breath sounds/CABS) at the windpipe (trachea), reported as WheezeRate in adults and children (2 years and older).
When used to monitor wheeze, the user should be under the care of a licensed healthcare professional. A licensed healthcare professional’s advice is required to understand the meaning and importance of wheeze rate.
If the user is feeling breathless, or experiencing other symptoms, it is important to prioritise treatment over taking a wheeze rate. Do not delay treatment. Regardless of the wheeze rate, if the user has signs and symptoms such as, but not limited to, chest tightness, shortness of breath, coughing or wheezing, they should always follow their healthcare professional’s advice.