Medical Futurist May 28, 2024
Pranavsingh Dhunnoo

Digital health technologies can make cough monitoring as common as sleep tracking – providing brand new insights for health management.

Key Takeaways

Cough is a common symptom that has traditionally not been easy to track as a health metric.

New digital health technologies, including specialised hardware and artificial intelligence-based software, can provide more details into one’s coughing habit for self-evaluation as well as clinical assessments.

This AI-powered push in cough monitoring promises to empower patients and improve clinical assessments; provided that privacy concerns are addressed during development.

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