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BreatheSuite develops innovative self-management devices that help asthma and respiratory patients live healthier and happier lives.

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NTV: Our Time | BreatheSuite
Recently, our CEO Brett Vokey was featured on the NTV Sunday Evening Newshour. He had the opportunity to talk with them about the BreatheSuite device and the progress we've made in our first two years of business. Click here to watch the full segment!
November 18, 2020
BreatheSuite Completes External Testing in the US
BreatheSuite is excited and proud to announce that we've completed externally testing in the United States! As a Canadian MedTechcompany, US testing is a monumental achievement for us. Thanks to our amazing partners for allowing us to complete these tests without even needing to leave our office!
September 24, 2020
How to Advocate for Asthma Awareness
The prevalence and seriousness of asthma call for more attention to be placed on advocating for awareness, treatment improvement, and education. Yet, many patients and potential advocates for asthma rights may not know where to begin these efforts. Here are some ideas on how you can advocate for improved asthma care and education.
September 8, 2020
Returning to School with Asthma - During COVID-19
As students and parents prepare for the back to school season during the COVID-19 pandemic, here are some helpful tips for managing asthma and staying healthy in school.
August 21, 2020
The High Costs of Uncontrolled Asthma
Asthma remains one of the most common and most treatable diseases known today. Despite the treatable nature of asthma, it remains incredibly costly and continues to negatively impact the health of millions of patients. Poor asthma management has been linked to a high prevalence of symptom flare-ups, which in turn cause direct increases in local ER visits and medication expenses
August 6, 2020
The Saharan Dust Plume & its Impact on Asthma and COPD
This summer, a near 5000-mile long cloud of dust known as the Saharan Dust Plume drifted across the Atlantic for Africa to North America. A natural - albeit unusual phenomena - experts warn that as the plume continues to touch North American coasts air quality can be impacted. Particularly harmful to asthma and COPD patients, the plume's dust particles are warned to be potentially triggering to asthma symptoms. Here are some tips to help avoid the ill-effects of the dust plume!
July 22, 2020