Get ahead of your asthma

Introducing RespiTrak

RespiTrak is a revolutionary asthma Telehealth system empowering you to get ahead of your asthma.

Get ahead of your asthma for FREE online today with a standard subscription!

The premium subscription comes with a free peak flow meter and seamlessly blends technology with traditional clinical care including:

  • Clinical insights on monthly reports
  • Access to a (non-urgent) email helpline answered by qualified respiratory clinicians or nurses
  • 2 Telehealth video consultations per year with a respiratory clinician or nurse
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Get ahead of the Asthma curve with a smart blend of tech and clinical insight

Smart technology streamlines and simplifies daily symptom, wellness and peak flow recordings.

Results are saved and reported, and for Premium subscribers, evaluated to provide you with actionable insights.

Designed and built in New Zealand.

Get ahead of your asthma

Record your progress

Follow a simple, Three step check-in to record your progress and recognize potential dips in your asthma wellness so you can act quickly.

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Sharable Long Term Results

Track your peak flow readings from your smartphone and share the results with the people who need to know, like your GP. Sharing results means you can work with the healthcare professionals advising you to make more accurate health decisions.

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Smart Peak Flow Reading

Take your peak flow reading from your new device! The RespiTrak Peak Flow Meter comes FREE when you subscribe to the RespiTrak app. Simply sign up online to subscribe, download the app and we will ship the RespiTrak Peak Flow Meter directly to you. Once it arrives track your peak flow from your mobile phone.

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Ready to get ahead?

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All around us there is an increasing number of new digital technologies cropping up to help manage our health – such as mobile apps, smart watches and smart medical devices. Research shows that these solutions can help empower people to get ahead of their health.

Dr Amy Hai Yan Chan
BPharm (Hons), PhD

University of Auckland, New Zealand