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166 – Diagnosing respiratory disease with a smartphone; Tony Keating, ResApp

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166 – Diagnosing respiratory disease with a smartphone; Tony Keating, ResApp

Diagnosing respiratory conditions with a smartphone...how is that possible? Tony Keating is the CEO and Managing Director of ResApp. He has over ten years of experience in commercialising technology. Tony…
August 18, 2021

166 – Diagnosing respiratory disease with a smartphone; Tony Keating, ResApp

Diagnosing respiratory conditions with a smartphone…how is that possible?

Tony Keating is the CEO and Managing Director of ResApp. He has over ten years of experience in commercialising technology. Tony created the initial business strategy for ResApp over five years ago and has led the company to date.

ResApp is developing digital healthcare solutions to assist doctors and empower patients to diagnose and manage respiratory diseases.

In this episode, Pete and Tony look at modernising the process of diagnosing respiratory disease, the use of AI and smartphones in clinical diagnostics, and lots more. 

Tune in to this episode to learn how you can easily diagnose your client’s respiratory condition and monitor it using a smartphone. No spirometer or stethoscope needed! You will also learn about current respiratory tools, data accuracy and improving healthcare equity and accessibility. 

Check out the episode and full show notes here.

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