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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 […]

Posted on April 16, 2020

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

Paediatric asthma is an NHS Long-Term Plan priority and innovative approaches to managing the increasing number of children with moderate-to-severe asthma are needed.

Posted on March 3, 2020

Aseptika named as one of four Medtech Companies to Watch: Most exciting respiratory disease technology companies in Europe

A new report “Counting the Cost of Respiratory Disease”, by Health Enterprise East, has named Aseptika as one of four Medtech companies to watch.

Posted on February 10, 2020

Activ8rlives Included on Annual Global Digital Health 100 List Recognising Innovative Health Technology Companies

The Journal of mHealth today announced their annual Global Digital Health 100 recognising the most innovative health technology companies from around the world. This is Activ8rlives’ fifth time to have been included on the list. Now in its sixth year, the annual Global Digital Health 100 is one of HealthTech industry’s foremost technology award programmes, […]

Posted on January 28, 2020

Activ8rlives’ Asthma+me solution looking to expand to UAE and Saudi Arabia

Activ8rlives attending Arab Health looking to expand collaborations with hospitals specialising in childhood asthma.

Posted on January 14, 2020

Don’t blame kids with asthma for polluting the environment with their inhalers

PRESS COMMENT 31st October 2019: Aseptika Limited (Activ8rlives), Cambridgeshire, UK 1.1 million of the UK’s children have asthma. 10% have moderate-to-severe asthma and these children should be treated by specialist paediatricians, expert in controlling what can be a life-threatening condition. Widely reported in the media on 30th October 2019 (BBC, Daily Mail, Telegraph) is the […]

Posted on October 31, 2019

Asthma+me – the App being trialled to help children manage severe asthma

A new Asthma+me App is being trialled at Sheffield Children’s Hospital to help children manage their severe asthma. A partnership between Sheffield Children’s and technology company Aseptika, the innovative trial uses the newly developed Asthma+me App to help patient and parents better manage severe asthma outside of the hospital. The App allows the patient and/or […]

Posted on August 12, 2019

Asthma+me innovative technology-enabled solution for paediatric asthma is shortlisted for Best Technological Innovation: Digital

The Medtech Insight Awards 2019 have shortlisted Aseptika’s Asthma+me solution in the category of ‘Best Technological Innovation: Digital’. Asthma+me has been co-designed with a Paediatrician at an NHS Trust (UK) to support transition from treatment in a specialist paediatric clinics to community care, with the initial focus on meeting the needs of children aged 6-12 […]

Posted on August 9, 2019

Aseptika’s Asthma+me solution announced as Winner of Best Patient-Focused Technological Development in 2019 Clinical & Research Excellence Awards

Aseptika (Activ8rlives) has been named winner of the Best Patient-Focused Technological Development in the 2019 CARE Awards, which recognises outstanding work across global clinical research.

Posted on May 7, 2019

Young people are at higher risk of having an asthma attack than any other age group living with the condition, the charity Asthma UK is warning

Findings from a poll of more than 10,000 people with asthma by Asthma UK, found that young adults are twice as likely as people over 60 to need emergency care for their condition.

Posted on January 23, 2019