BREATHE Respiratory Hackathons

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Recently the COPD Foundation convened experts for its Breathe Hackathons in Boston, London and Tel Aviv to look for solutions to improve COPD patients quality of life. Each country was able to submit two videos that they thought demonstrated the best ideas out of the hackathons. Please view these six short videos and vote for your favorites!

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— 10 Comments Wearable Symptom Tracker

Meet Koala - the first unobtrusive symptom-tracking pendant that allows COPD patients and carriers to monitor data and prevent exacerbations, at a very low cost. Use of this innovation would dramatically save on the cost of hospital visits, as well as …

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— 3 Comments Pro-Lung Experience

Team Krypton from London Imperial College created an immersive gaming experience for kids at a sensitive age when they tend to take up smoking. Pro-Lung Experience includes a breath-operated COPD simulator controlled computer game and a lifestyle board …

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