BriseAngel
PRECISION HEALTH PROGRAM

Challenges to take care of family members with allergies and asthma

  • How can people with a non-medical background judge that the daily anti-allergic maintenance methods are really helpful?
  • Worried about the side effects of drugs affecting the development of children, it is possible to minimize the use of drugs?
  • Is there a useful and effective prevention method or tool?

Through BriseAngel’s precise health professional symptom assessment method, and precision medical testing tools such as FeNO, it can accurately display the degree of respiratory tract inflammation, so as to prevent acute asthma outbreaks, accurately adjust allergic asthma medications, and the effectiveness of daily health promotion and maintenance work

Precision medicine effectively monitors the health of sensitive respiratory tract

Precise control of allergens and environmental triggers is the best way to prevent continuous inflammation of the respiratory tract. Accurately detecting the degree and changes of respiratory tract inflammation through FeNO will greatly help precise medication, avoid recurrence and reduce the total dosage of medication, and maintain the best quality of life

Precision health promotion model

The BriseAngel anti-allergic angel health room provides various environmental and personal health risk assessment tools to help you and your doctors understand your health status more accurately, and effectively track the effectiveness of various medical and health intervention programs

BriseAngel Allergy and asthma
Risk assessment process

BRISE smart environment intervention program

BRISE anti-haze and anti-allergic product portfolio provides various protection tools for allergic families in their home life and daily activities

BRISE App

BRISE App ‘Anti-allergic Angels’ can add multiple allergies, and include you and your family in the same anti-allergic health management app, allowing the whole family to be healthy

How to add an allergic person?

  1. After successfully downloading the BRISE App, register an account and log in.
  2. Add allergy personnel to the App “Anti-Allergy Angel” business gift, fill in the relevant information of the personnel in order, and the app will automatically provide an allergy health assessment after filling in

Choose your family doctor

Click “Bind Doctor” in the “Anti-Allergy Angel” of the BRISE App, scan the exclusive QR code, and you can use the health assessment tool specified by the doctor in the App

*Please go to the BRISE partner clinic to obtain the doctor’s exclusive QR code

Environmental Risk Assessment Tool

The App can inform you of the environmental risk assessment of various allergies based on the outdoor environment data of the allergic family members and the indoor environment data sensed by the built-in environmental detector of the BRISE air purifier through the AI algorithm, and give you timely improvement suggestions

Symptom assessment tool

Self-evaluation of Symptoms by Environmental Risk Department

According to the timely changes/deterioration of the indoor and outdoor environment detected by the system, the App can automatically trigger to ask about personal allergy symptoms, provide you with personalized respiratory care advice through the automatic question and answer process, and automatically record allergy logs for you to provide For physicians as a reference for medical diagnosis.

Symptom assessment tool

Tell the angel

When you feel an allergic reaction, you can click on the “Tell Angel” function of the Anti-Allergy Angel App, and the corresponding dialog box will automatically pop up, start the allergy symptom evaluation process, and give health advice when the symptom feedback is collected.

Symptom assessment tool

My allergy march

The system will record, score, count, and classify the results of “self-evaluation of symptoms at environmental risks” and “tell the angels” in real time to form a mid-to-long-term allergy symptom trend chart, that is, a personalized allergy curve, which will provide doctors Good reference value with individuals for allergy treatment

Symptom assessment tool

Asthma ACT Symptom Self-rating Scale

Using the globally recognized ACT Asthma Symptom Evaluation Scale, you can quickly assess the severity of allergic bronchial (asthma) by answering five short questions in the App, allowing doctors to know your health status more clearly.

Symptom assessment tool

RCAT Symptom Self-rating Scale for Allergic Rhinitis

Using the RCAT Allergic Rhinitis Symptom Evaluation Scale approved by the Ministry of Health and Welfare, as long as you answer six short questions in the App, you can quickly assess the severity of allergic rhinitis and let the doctor know more about your health.

The latest indicators of sensitive respiratory care

FeNO breath nitric oxide detection

FeNO provides accurate, safe and non-invasive detection methods, which can easily and quickly detect respiratory inflammation of allergic asthma with just one breath, helping doctors adjust the treatment direction and more efficiently manage sensitive respiratory diseases.

What is asthma (allergic bronchitis)?

Asthma is a disease caused by chronic inflammation and persistent airway sensitivity. The long-term inflammation causes the respiratory tract mucosa to swell, and the contraction of the airway muscles narrows the airway, resulting in chest tightness, coughing, wheezing, and difficulty breathing.

According to the Taiwan Asthma Diagnosis and Treatment Guidelines (2017), for the diagnosis and monitoring and tracking of asthma patients, FeNO measurement can provide some help.
The measurement of FeNO is more specific to the inflammatory response of the airway caused by eosinophilic leukocytes, that is, the group that responds better to steroids. Therefore, FeNO can be used to adjust the dose of steroids under certain clinical conditions, and higher concentrations of FeNO can be used to predict the possible response to ICS*.

FeNO has simple and non-intrusive detection features, but still retains excellent sensitive screening capabilities

FeNO breath nitric oxide detection

FeNO test with BRISE App records to help understand the effectiveness of asthma medication and daily anti-allergic maintenance.

Precautions for breath nitric oxide detection

  1. Do not eat the following foods 2 hours before the test: Foods containing nitrates will affect the test results, such as sausages, ham, bacon, pickled fish and other preserved foods, or cabbage, cabbage, lettuce, radish, celery, etc. Affect the test results. But milk or eggs (only seasoned with salt) are fine.

  1. Do not smoke or avoid inhaling second-hand smoke. If it happens, please inform the nursing staff or physician.
  2. If you suspect allergic rhinitis, or have had cold-like symptoms in the past month, please inform your nursing staff or physician.
  3. Avoid strenuous exercise before testing.
  4. If you have breathing difficulties before the test, please inform the nursing staff or physician immediately.
  5. The inspection process will be carried out in an easy and safe manner, please feel at ease to conduct the inspection.

FeNO expiratory nitric oxide Clinical guidelines for interpretation of test results

(For reference for physician's diagnosis and treatment)

ImmunoCAP® TPS full quantitative IgE allergen detection

TPS can achieve a positive allergen detection rate of more than 90%, helping you find or eliminate allergies, thereby improving your health.

In Taiwan, most (90%) medical centers use reliable and quantitative

ImmunoCAP® test

  • ImmunoCAP® is the leading brand in the global market
  • ImmunoCAP® report is a full quantitative concentration report
  • More than 4000 international documents, ImmunoCAP® is an internationally recognized standard for allergen testing

When should I consider IgE allergen testing

When should I consider IgE allergen testing

ImmunoCAP® Total IgE measures the total amount of circulating IgE in human serum or plasma. IgE antibodies are antibodies that are sensitized to allergens. The concentration of Total IgE is mostly elevated in patients with allergic asthma, rhinitis or eczema

  • Comprehensive IgE testing can provide help for the clinical diagnosis of allergic diseases.
  • The measured value of Total IgE can reflect the sensitization caused by high allergen exposure
  • Total IgE has a positive rate of 50%

Phadiatop helps you find your allergens

Phadiatop is an IgE antibody test that mixes a variety of common inhaled allergens

  • The Phadiatop test can find out the IgE antibodies that cause allergic rhinitis and asthma.
  • Phadiatop can assist Total IgE to detect patients with atopic constitution

Comprehensive judgment of allergy
Total IgE: > 100KUA/L
Phadiatop: Positive

Specific IgE Common 40 specific IgE allergen tests

House dust, house dust mites, dust mites, German cockroaches, Penicillium, Cladosporium spp., Aspergillus fumigatus, Candida albicans, Crossfungus, Bipolaris spp
Cat fur dander, dog fur dander, guinea pig epithelium, rat epithelium and protein, mouse epithelium and protein
Bermudagrass, Ryegrass, Bahia Grass, Hogweed, Plantain, Quinoa
Protein, milk, cod, wheat, peanuts, soy, kiwi, cantaloupe, banana, peach, pineapple, shrimp, blue mussel, tuna, salmon, gluten, casein, egg mucin, latex

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Temperature monitoring patch

Continuous temperature monitoring

It can record body temperature uninterruptedly and track the change trend of the subject’s body temperature. It is suitable for infant care, fever monitoring, long-term care, etc.