Take Control of Your Lung Health
Now kids with Asthma or Cystic Fibrosis can measure their lung health anytime, anywhere.
Catch early signs of attacks and respiratory events
Reduce unnecessary ER and Hospital visits
Know they're taking the right amount of medication
“Aluna was perfectly built with a telemedicine platform that has been pivotal in supporting my patients. With Aluna, we can track symptoms, triggers, medications, lung function and composite scores to improve outcomes.”
Data You Can Share
Aluna automatically tracks your FEV1 data over time. You can also monitor your symptoms, medication, exercise, and environmental factors.
With the Aluna app, you can easily share your lung health data with your healthcare professional.
Making Healthcare Fun
The Aluna app is filled with games, challenges, and rewards to keep your child engaged so that they’ll actually enjoy managing their own health.Learn More
Aluna’s digital spirometer has hospital-grade accuracy and has been FDA-cleared for use by children (and adults).
The spirometer seamlessly connects to your phone through Bluetooth and charges through USB.
“The breathing device and the app are very user friendly and intuitive. The game-like environment of the app keeps the kids motivated to use the app every day. When their numbers read on the low side we are able to respond sooner and give corrective treatment right away or contact the doctor. The ability to share the accumulated data with the doctor is an invaluable feature.”
“Aluna gives us insight into our daughter’s lung health in ways we’ve never had before. It tracks her daily capacity and allows us to follow and recognize trends that we've been blind to in the past, showing us a clear correlation between capacity and illness or high allergen moments.”
“My daughter is extremely active. Aluna helps us keep up her high activity level, or make modifications when necessary, by letting us track her numbers daily. We are able to share the data with our doctor, and that gives our doctor information to evaluate when deciding to cut down or eliminate medication.”