Asthma is a personalized, and multi-trigger respiratory condition which requires continuous monitoring and management of symptoms and medication adherence. We developed kHealth: Knowledge-enabled Digital Healthcare Framework to monitor and manage the asthma symptoms, medication adherence, lung function, daily activity, sleep quality, indoor, and outdoor environmental triggers of pediatric asthma patients. The kHealth framework collects up to 1852 data points per patient per day. It is practically impossible for the clinicians, parents, and the patient to analyze this vast amount of multimodal data collected from the kHealth framework. In this chapter, we describe the personalized scores, clinically relevant asthma categorization using digital phenotype score, actionable insights, and potential intervention strategies for better pediatric asthma management.
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Published in Asthma, 2021.
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Jaimini, U., & Sheth, A. (2021). Personalized digital phenotype score, healthcare management and intervention strategies using Knowledge enabled Digital Health Framework for pediatric asthma. In Asthma. IntechOpen. https://doi.org/10.5772/intechopen.97430
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