Athletes with asthma

My Vivatmo me asthma radar

For more confidence in coping with asthma.

Sport despite asthma? You bet!

A man rides a bicycle.

It’s fine for people with asthma to do sports – in fact, sporting activity has even been proven to help!
The prerequisite for this, however, is that you know as much as possible about your current state of health. This is where Vivatmo me comes in. Because Vivatmo me enables you to measure your FeNO value from the comfort of your own home – and plan your exercise regime accordingly.

Andreas has tested Vivatmo me

“Being able to continue to do sports despite my asthma means everything to me!”

Andreas has tested Vivatmo me

Andreas suffers from exercise-induced asthma. However, his fear of having to give up running training because of this is unfounded – also because he now closely monitors his daily form and can adjust his sports workload accordingly.

A man doing sports.

As few restrictions as possible

Why give up sports if I’m having a good day? Sport can increase lung function, but sometimes it can also be harmful. Regularly measuring your inflammation values at home can help you decide how much to take on.

Don’t overdo the meds

Don’t overdo the meds

Monitoring your inflammation values with Vivatmo me supports tailored therapy with the right dosage because it also helps your doctor see what works best for you.

Flexible self-management

Flexible self-management

Simply measure your FeNO value from the comfort of your home and manage all your values in the app. It’s quicker than cleaning your teeth and gives you back the feeling of being in control.

Order online

You can easily order your Vivatmo me, the world’s first FeNO measuring device for home use, and the bespoke disposable mouthpieces here.

How Vivatmo me works

Hold the device to your lips like a flute and breathe out evenly through the disposable mouthpiece. FeNO measurement is simple, quick and stress-free. The LED display on the device shows you whether you are blowing too gently, too hard or just right. The measurement only takes a few seconds. After successful measurement, you can read the results immediately. The traffic light colors show you the range of your FeNO values, helping you decide how much physical exertion you can take today.

Answers to frequently asked questions

What is FeNO?

FeNO stands for “fractional exhaled nitric oxide”, and is a standardized breath sample obtained from the bronchi. The NO that thus becomes measurable is used as a biomarker for the diagnosis and follow-up of bronchial asthma.

What does ppb stand for?

NO concentration in the air is measured in ppb (parts per billion), i.e. a concentration of 10 ppb is equivalent to 10 nitric oxide molecules per billion air particles. (Factsheet of the Deutsche Atemwegsliga e.V.: FeNO measurement)

Order online

Order online

You can easily order your Vivatmo me, the world’s first FeNO measuring device for home use, and the bespoke disposable mouthpieces here.