ASTHMA MANAGEMENT PLATFORM

Providing real time contextualized location based Air Quality Health data every day, everywhere, and for everyone.
Satellite data is transmitted to servers / repositories in cloud- The data includes Vegetation Index, Weather, Wind,
Rainfall, Climate patterns, Pollution, CO2 emissions, Celestial body positions, transits and forces, and many more
variables, which are more significantly predictive than others. Log symptoms, track medicines usage, live doctor chat and digital asthma community forum

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Airli Pty Ltd born on 2017 in Sydney, Australia from a need to know the quality of the air we breathe every
minute and in real time check indeed. For a new Asthma care to live in and real time checking of air quality. We need ‘pollution free’ World
to move because of health sensitivities, including asthma, and surprised to discover this information hard to find out.
Airli, is a leading current technology based company, specializing in healthcare, bringing machine learning, Artificial Intelligence technology into ground to earth innovative solutions. 


With an insatiable passion for exceeding the expectations of his clients, business partners, and employees alike, CEO, his approachable hands on leadership style has resulted in the
development of key relationships and a growing partner ecosystem that has helped drive and sustain Airli Pty Ltd
growth in a very saturated and competitive operating environment.


When not leading the charge to set and achieve higher goals and objectives at Airli, Director can be found in the community, giving back in any way he can as both a philanthropist and a mentor to the next generation of leaders in business and technology

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WHAT IS ASTHMA?

Asthma is a condition in which airways narrow and swell, can make breathing difficult trigger coughing, whistling
sound when breath out and shortness of breath, chest tightness, and cough that vary over time in their occurrence,
frequency and intensity.
-What are the symptoms of Asthma?
These symptoms are variable expiratory airflow, difficulty breathing air out of the lungs due to bronchoconstriction
such as airway narrowing, airway wall thickening, and increased mucus. Some variation in airflow can also occur in
people without asthma, but it is greater in asthma.
-Main causes of Asthma?
The causes of asthma are not yet fully understood. Asthma development is influenced by both genetic and
environmental factors but how these factors work together is still largely unknown.
Factors which influence the risk of asthma can be divided into those which cause the development of asthma and
those which trigger asthma symptoms. Not everyone with asthma will have obvious allergies, some asthma patients
display few or no identifiable triggers at all.
For more information on triggers

AT WHAT AGE DOES ASTHMA START?


Asthma can start at any age, although about half of all people with asthma have had their first symptoms by the age
of 10 and many children with asthma have and their first asthma attack before the age of 6.
Asthma is difficult to diagnose in children under the age of 2. This is because wheezing and respiratory infections are
common in young children and the symptoms similar to asthma. If your child is under 2 years of age and their
symptoms are bad or don’t go away your doctor may decide to give them a trial of asthma medication to help make a
diagnosis.
-How might asthma affect my lifestyle?
In some cases, worsening asthma symptoms may require some lifestyle changes. In many cases these changes will
involve avoiding asthma triggers. It can be difficult to identify exactly what triggers your asthma but sometimes the
link is quite clear. However in many cases, people have a delayed reaction to an asthma trigger. By avoiding triggers
that make your asthma symptoms worse, alongside taking your medicine correctly, it can reduce your symptoms and
continue to enjoy your usual lifestyle.

HOW DO I KNOW IF MY ASTHMA IS GETTING WORSE?

It is important to recognize when your asthma is getting worse so that you can take the necessary steps to avoid an asthma attack. To make sure you act fast, keep an eye out for the following signs
-Wheezing or coughing in the morning
-Wheezing after exercise
-Feeling you can’t keep up with your normal level of activity
-Waking at night due to asthma symptoms such as chest tightness, shortness of breath, coughing or wheezing
-Needing to take reliever medication more often than normal (or more than twice a week)
-Symptoms aren’t improving when you take your reliever medication
-Any of these signs suggest that your asthma is not controlled. You should see your doctor or asthma nurse
immediately to get your asthma back under control.
What are the signs of a severe & dangerous asthma attack?
-Symptoms that are rapidly becoming more severe and do not get better even after you take your airway opener
(bronchodilator) medication

-Symptoms that do not improve at all, or rapidly return after you have taken your airway opener medication
-Difficulty talking because you are short of breath
-A peak flow reading below 50% of your normal value, which is not improved by the airway opener medication
-A peak flow reading that according to your Asthma Management Plan puts you at risk of an asthma attack
Can asthma be cured?
No, there is not yet a total cure for asthma.
Asthma does not stay the same, but changes over time, and every person with asthma has good days and bad days.
It is tempting to think that your asthma has been cured if you have not had symptoms for a long time, but you will
usually still have a tendency to asthma if you are exposed to the appropriate triggers in the future. Allergy treatment
using hypersensitization can very occasionally achieve a near cure of asthma in someone with specific reactions to
known allergens, but is unhelpful for most people.
How is asthma diagnosed?
A doctor may use a few different ways of testing for asthma. These include:
-Taking a detailed medical history
-A physical exam
-Lung function tests
-Chest or sinus X-ray
The doctor will look at the results from these tests. They will then decide what type of asthma you have. They will
develop a treatment plan based on the type and severity of your symptoms.
How can I prevent asthma?
The best way to prevent an asthma, or attack, is to follow your treatment plan. Learn your triggers and avoid them.
Take your allergy and asthma medicines when you should. Use your quick-acting medicine as soon as you start to
notice symptoms.
Many people live normal lives with asthma if it’s properly managed. With a good treatment plan and guidance from
your doctor, you can still do much of what you enjoy.