The BreatheSuite MDI Device tracks the following aspects of your inhaler technique:
Upon syncing your device, all of this information is sent to your BreatheSuite app. You can use your smartphone to view technique feedback, get tips on how to improve your technique, and view trends about your inhaler use
To sync you BreatheSuite MDI device follow these steps:
Inhaler technique is important to ensure the best therapeutic success. Studies show that correct inhaler usage results in less frequent rescue inhaler usage.
The BreatheSuite MDI Device will keep track of your inhaler use even if you’re not in close proximity to your smartphone. The next time you sync your Device, it will send the stored information to the BreatheSuite app automatically.
If you want your BreatheSuite MDI Device to send the information automatically:
No, the BreatheSuite app requires a stable internet connection to function as intended.
When you get a new inhaler or refill a prescription, attach your BreatheSuite MDI device to the new inhaler and continue using it as normal. If your prescription changes and you’re required to add a different inhaler, you can do so in the “Prescriptions” tab on the BreatheSuite mobile app.
Do not put your device under water or in a dishwasher or sterilizer. This could damage your sensor. To clean you device follow these steps:
The device battery may no longer have adequate charge. Please contact the BreatheSuite support team at email@example.com or call toll-free 855-667-8931 so we can send you a new device. The battery included with every BreatheSuite MDI device has a lifespan of 1.5 years.
If you 'Swipe Close" the app during dose sending, this could result in you dose not being recorded in the app. Ensure that while your dose is being sent to your phone (while you see the BreatheSuite wheel spinning), you do not close the app.
There are a number of reasons that you may be missing a dose, including:
To guarantee that you do not lose any doses ensure that:
If a dose is missing, you can manually mark the dose as taken in the BreatheSuite app.
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