Child plays a video game synced to a spirometer

Startup creates device to predict asthma attacks in kids

Charvi Shetty (B.S.'12 BioE), founder of Knox Medical Diagnostics, has introduced a video game that records respiratory readings from pediatric asthma patients using the company's pioneering portable spirometer and smartphone app.

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