Since her 10-year-old son Amal was diagnosed with asthma three years ago, Madam Ida Supardi has been looking for a more accurate way to predict an asthma attack.
The housewife now relies on putting her ear to his chest to listen to his breathing, and also bought an oximeter last year, which measures oxygen levels in the blood.
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