This article explains how the patient can view his/her data in the Health Portal.
- Login to the Health Portal using your credentials (Email and password).
- After logging in, you will be presented with your dashboard with all the information
- you can view the recorded results and even replay the breath sound recordings from their wheezo device including their Wheeze rates.
Wheeze rate & medication - This is where you can see the wheeze rate and your medication/s.
From the Wheeze rates graph, you can choose to view the data for the past 7 days, 4 weeks or 1 year. The sample image below shows the 1-year wheeze rate results.
Wheeze rates are represented by the dots (or data points) in the graph which will show the wheeze rate percentage when you hover over the data point. And clicking on any of the wheeze rates will direct the user to the respective Wheeze recording page.
Events - This section shows the historical data of the events saved which includes Event Summary, Most common symptoms and Most common triggers. (Symptoms and triggers are self-reported)
The Details button can be clicked on the above page which navigates the user to listen to the wheeze recording. There is a capability to filter in ascending or descending order based on date.
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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.