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NuvoAir raises $3M to help patients monitor respiratory diseases with AI

With breeze grade not improving any moment soon (hello pollution!), respiratory conditions are on the rise. This has created an opportunity for startups to employ smartphones to monitor respiratory diseases with apps and smart devices.

ResApp’s smartphone app, named
ResAppDx, diagnoses a wide range of respiratory illnesses accurately by using cough sounds. Healthymize listens for signals of COPD (chronic obstructive pulmonary disease) when you make calls.

NuvoAir is a brand-new digital therapeutics startup that is also tackling this problem. It has now closed a financing circular of $3 million led by mission capital tight Industrifonden, one of the largest life science and tech investors in the Nordics. The circular also saw participation from existing investor Investment AB Spiltan.

Aria, NuvoAir’s digital therapeutics program, sends a patient personalized care suggestions based their condition.

NuvoAir aims to make respiratory diseases measurable and more treatable. Established in 2015, NuvoAir launched a smartphone-connected “spirometer,” making real-moment lung function assessment viable at home. It has now collected more than 500,000 spirometry tests in the last three years. These tests energy its gagdet learning algorithms to provide insights to patients, their physicians and pharma companies.

Lorenzo Consoli, CEO of NuvoAir, said, “This investment and partnership can significantly advance our focus on digital therapeutics and bring to mart brand-new smart devices to assist patients supervise their condition while improving physicians’ clinical decisions.”

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