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Free-For-Life Healthcare Self-Management Activ8rlives4 Health+Wellness App Update

Aseptika Ltd today announced the launch of the latest version of its Free-For-Life Healthcare Self-Management App called Activ8rlives4 Health+Wellness App. This new version of Activ8rlives4 App was developed using experience gained during the COVID-19 pandemic, adding new features and making it easier for users working remotely with no in-person instruction, so they could gradually learn […]

Posted on August 11, 2021

Stigma: an unmet public health priority in COPD

A group of researchers in Manchester and Watford (UK) published an important article on the negative impact of stigmatisation often suffered by people with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD). The article reminds us that as many of 1-in-5 people with COPD have never smoked tobacco. COPD is in fact multi-factorial in its cause, while acknowledging […]

Posted on June 30, 2021

Latest guidance from GPs about using pulse oximetry to help if you catch COVID-19

If your SpO2 falls between 88-92% you should go to A&E immediately.If your SpO2 is usually lower than 95% and you have the virus, ANY drop in Sp02 is a cause for concern and you should seek help immediately.

Posted on January 12, 2021

The changing face of cardiac rehab: How health technology has improved the way cardiac patients access vital rehabilitation services

16th November 2020, St Ives Cambridgeshire: Aseptika, a Cambridge-based healthcare business, has developed an innovative remote monitoring system for cardiac rehabilitation patients. This system has been awarded a “Highly Commended” in the Selfcare Forum awards for 2020. The system, called Active+me REMOTE Cardiac Recover, is a cardiac recovery service delivered remotely in partnership with cardiac […]

Posted on November 16, 2020

Taking Cardiac Rehab Online during Lockdown

How Addenbrooke’s Hospital continued to deliver rehabilitation for cardiac patients using Active+me during the COVID-19 pandemic. Patients enrolled on the Active+me cardiac rehabilitation pilot were able to complete the programme without face-to-face contact. When the coronavirus pandemic forced hospitals to deliver services differently, a cardiac rehabilitation pilot being run at Addenbrooke’s Hospital quickly adapted to […]

Posted on September 14, 2020

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Latest Case Studies

Asthma Smart App (Asthma+me) used in primary care avoids presentation to Emergency Department for 6 year old with severe asthma

Moira Gibbons1, Robert Thornton2, Nicki Barker1, Craig Burgess3, Kevin Auton3, Heather Elphick1. 1Department of Respiratory Medicine, Sheffield Children’s NHS Foundation Trust, 2Wath Health Centre, Rotherham and 3Aseptika Ltd, Cambridgeshire Introduction Paediatric asthma is an NHS 10-year (NHS Long-Term) priority1 and innovative approaches to managing the increasing number of children with moderate-to-severe asthma are needed. In […]

Active+me

Active+me is a programme that combines group exercise classes, health coaching, peer support, PAM (Patient Activation Measure) monitoring and teaching patients how to use Aseptika – Activ8rlives self-care monitoring technology to track their health and wellbeing. The data can also be reviewed remotely by health and care professionals, helping to identify deterioration in conditions more quickly than traditional methods of support.

SwansFan Clocks up 11 Gold Medals Walking with Activ8rlives

Ron aged 86-years young has been walking with an Activ8rlives BuddyBand activity tracker (accelerometer) since early September 2013. He has recently been awarded his eleventh Gold Medal for walking at least 10,000 steps a day for 1,925 days, which equates to about 80+ minutes of walking for Ron on each of those days. In during […]

Living Life Our Way Blood Pressure Review

Having tried out the Activ8rlives Blood Pressure and Heartrate monitor I found it to be a handy device that is quick and easy to set up and simple to use. It is genuinely useful, and is especially good for adults who need to monitor their blood pressure regularly, perhaps due to a previous health condition.

Maggie Johnson – an activated cardiac patient

"It has made me feel much more secure about my health, I can print out the data and take it to the next doctor’s appointment instead of having to remember how I’ve been feeling, it’s all there in black and white. I am sure that doing this programme will keep us all going for a lot longer.”

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