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    AsthmaSense is the most comprehensive, yet easy-to-use smartphone app designed specifically to help improve daily monitoring and management of asthma. Users can input their medications, symptoms and peak flow results and set alerts for medication and lung function testing. In addition to using this information to alert the user to potential risk, the AsthmaSense app provides a record of the data for the patient to review with family or physician. And the best part is this app is FREE!



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