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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— 7 Comments COPD Cope

COPD Cope is a fashionable earring that will monitor oxygen saturation while it simultaneously connects via Bluetooth to a smartphone application to support COPD patients. The app will provide self-care strategies such as exercises to manage and cope on …

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— 1 Comment Baby’s Breath

One-third of all hospitalizations in the first year of life are due to respiratory problems. Active monitoring of respiration provides a crucial and rapid indicator of a wide range of health problems, from sleep apnea to epilepsy. Baby’s Breath is an …

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