Amiko Digital Health said today that it received CE Mark clearance to integrate its Respiro medication sensor tech with Teva Pharmaceuticals‘ (NYSE:TEVA) Spiromax inhaler, Chiesi‘s Nexthaler device and GlaxoSmithKline‘s (NYSE:GSK) Ellipta inhaler.
The company’s Respiro platform is designed to help doctors monitor, in real-time, when and how well patients are using their medications.
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