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Dr Nkoy Featured in Continuum

Dec 09, 2014

A new online asthma tracking tool developed by researchers at the University of Utah focuses on preventing rather than managing exacerbations and has been shown to reduce emergency-room readmissions for patients who have used it.

The tracker, which has a responsive design that adapts to any size computer screen, including phones, is currently being tested by children, their parents, and their health care providers in the Salt Lake Valley in a study exploring how better monitoring of the disease could improve quality of life.

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