In this phaware global association video, Dr. Dunbar Ivy from the Children’s Hospital in Colorado, explains why young pulmonary hypertension patients need an app.
Being able to track the physical health on a day-to-day, or week-to-week basis with a mobile app would be much more efficient than having to rely on the memory of the patient. Dr. Ivy hopes that should such an app become available it might produce data relevant enough to convince the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to approve medications for pediatric pulmonary hypertension.
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