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Managing your asthma or COPD can be challenging. Propeller is here to help you take charge of your breathing, so you can get back to doing the things you love.

Propeller is a digital health program that has been used by over 140,000 people worldwide. Research shows that people who use Propeller have more days without symptoms[1] and fewer trips to the hospital or emergency room.[2,3]

The Propeller app can help you:

Never forget a dose: Stay on track with your medications and treatment plan.
Learn about your breathing: Discover what triggers your asthma or COPD so you can plan for the day ahead.
Partner with your doctor: Reports help you stay connected to your doctor between visits.[4]
Feel supported: Personalized support helps you take control of your breathing.
View all your health data in one place: Propeller can use HealthKit to export your inhaler usage data into the Health app and to read activity data.

When you connect your Propeller sensor to the mobile app:

Your sensor can automatically track when you use your inhaler and send that data to the app to help you learn about your breathing.
The app can include this information in reports, which can be shared with your doctor.
Your doctor can monitor your progress, personalize your treatment plan and provide support every step of the way.

Questions or need help?
The Propeller Support team is here for you!
(877) 251-5451
Monday - Friday, 7 AM - 7 PM CT

Disclaimer: The output of the Propeller System is not intended to diagnose or replace a diagnosis provided by a licensed physician. Always take your medication as prescribed by your healthcare provider.

[1] Barrett et al. (2018). Addressing Asthma With Technology, Crowdsourcing, Cross-sector Collaboration, and Policy. Health Aff
[2] Merchant et al., (2018). Impact of a Digital Health Intervention on Asthma Resource Utilization. WAOJ
[3] Alshabani et al., (2019). J. Electronic Inhaler Monitoring and Healthcare Utilization in Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease. Telemedicine and Telecare
[4] Mosnaim, G.S., Stempel, D. A., Gonzalez, C., Adams, B., BenIsrael-Olive, N., … & Szefler, S. (2021). The Impact of Patient Self-Monitoring Via Electronic Medication Monitor and Mobile App Plus Remote Clinician Feedback on Adherence to Inhaled Corticosteroids: A Randomized Controlled Trial. The Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology: In Practice, 9(4), 1586-1594.
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