“How Is My Child’s Asthma?” Digital Phenotype and Actionable Insights for Pediatric Asthma

@article{Jaimini2018HowIM,
  title={“How Is My Child’s Asthma?” Digital Phenotype and Actionable Insights for Pediatric Asthma},
  author={Utkarshani Jaimini and Krishnaprasad Thirunarayan and Maninder Kalra and Revathy Venkataraman and Dipesh Kadariya and A. Sheth},
  journal={JMIR Pediatrics and Parenting},
  year={2018},
  volume={1}
}
Background In the traditional asthma management protocol, a child meets with a clinician infrequently, once in 3 to 6 months, and is assessed using the Asthma Control Test questionnaire. This information is inadequate for timely determination of asthma control, compliance, precise diagnosis of the cause, and assessing the effectiveness of the treatment plan. The continuous monitoring and improved tracking of the child’s symptoms, activities, sleep, and treatment adherence can allow precise… 

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