A Temperature controlled device to treat asthma

In the UK, approximately 1 in 12 of the population (4.3 million adults and 1.1 million children)
currently receive treatment for asthma, at an annual cost to the NHS of about £1 billion. Professor John O Warner, Professor of Paediatrics, Imperial College London discusses using a device that
delivers cooled and filtered airflow around the user’s breathing
zone to patients with persistent asthma.

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