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How COVID-19 Sparked an Air Quality Revolution in Healthcare

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By Amalia Helen on May, 12 2021

In our dedicated online paper, we explain why an increasing number of treatment providers are looking for solutions that protect patients from harmful breathing hazards in the air around them. 

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COVID 19 and air quality

What Do We Cover?

1. Unpredictable COVID-19 Symptoms Underlines Need for Personalized Healthcare

The variety of symptoms and responses exhibited throughout the COVID-19 pandemic has reinforced both the need for personalized health solutions and attention to invisible threats in the environment, not only in response to pandemics but as a fundamental part of our overall optimized health goals. 

2. COVID-19 Seems To Affect Polluted Areas More

A number of studies linked air pollutants like NO2, pollen, and PM2.5, along with other environmental factors to higher rates of COVID-19 mortality. Our eBook explores these findings in more detail.

3. Air Pollution’s Impact on Chronic Disease Sufferers

Patients suffering from chronic diseases like asthma, COPD, seasonal allergy, and even heart disease and diabetes, are significantly affected by their environment. Studies have linked air pollution to increased hospitalizations and symptom exacerbation. Forecasts predict increasing numbers of sufferers in the coming years, making the need for real-time air quality information all the more relevant for a growing number of people.

4. Healthcare Providers Forced to Adapt Quickly

COVID 19’s alarming transmission rate forced healthcare systems to react quickly. Our eBook explores how COVID-19 changed the way patients and doctors interact and turned remote patient monitoring and telehealth services into a new norm. 

5. More Healthcare Providers Focus on Environmental Intelligence 

With significant advancements in the field of AI, data science, and air quality monitoring, the concept of health-focused environmental intelligence is being adopted to help patients proactively protect themselves from breathing hazards around them.

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