Our Devices

Customize your Nightingale Subscription with Individualized Product Plans


For Everyone | Included in Nightingale Plan

A small flexible device that adheres to your torso with medical grade adhesives. Wirelessly monitors symptoms of interest to you, and transfers data via Bluetooth to the the users’ device, or Wi-Fi to your designated cloud.

The only device that measures significant symptoms for asthma and COPD:

Presence of Wheeze
Presence of Wheeze

Skin Temperature
Skin Temperature
Respiration Rate
Respiration Rate

Continuous Monitoring 

Understand what impacts you, and your symptoms, continuously. For the first time, unparalleled access to your unique symptom trends.

Smartphone App

Monitor your symptoms, track your medications, journal your notes, set notifications and reminders, and share data with caregivers and healthcare providers.

Web Portal

Access your secure personal web portal to view and manage your data. 

AeroChamber Plus®

For Everyone | Included in Nightingale Plan

Anti-Static Valved Holding Chambers (aVHC)

Using your inhaler with the AEROCHAMBER PLUS® FLOW-VU® chamber decreases the amount of aerosol from the inhaler that lands in your mouth, which can cause drug side effects.  Use together to help get more medication deeper into your lungs where it needs to be to work the best.

Inhaler alone with poor technique. Poor lung delivery means you can taste your inhaler medication.

Inhaler with AEROCHAMBER brand of chamber. People who use our chamber with their inhaler have better control.

Each chamber has special features to work best for the user at each stage of growth.

  • Medium mask chambers include a sensitive valve for kids who don’t take in big breaths.
  • Three chambers (mouthpiece, intermediate and large masks) have a FLOWSIGNAL® Whistle. If the breath in is too fast, the whistle will sound to let you know to slow down.
  • Each of our masks are specifically designed to fit the shape of the face with no leaks around the edges.


The AEROCHAMBER PLUS® FLOW-VU® Chamber is the only chamber with a dedicated inhalation indicator.

The FLOW-VU® Inhalation Indicator moves when the user takes in a breath. This helps you to know when to press the top of the inhaler to release the medication, and shows there is a good seal around the mask (or mouthpiece). You can also use it to count the number of breaths, to make sure the user gets all of the medication from the chamber.

TruZone® Peak Flow Meter

For People with Asthma | Add-On to Nightingale Plan

Take the guesswork out of Asthma management

Because asthma changes gradually and symptoms can come on slowly, you may not notice increasing limitations on physical activities — limitations that may be accepted as “normal”. This is actually a warning sign that your asthma is not well controlled and your symptoms are becoming worse.

Peak flow readings track these changes in your lung function so your care team can make sure you’re on the right medications and may even help to identify triggers aggravating your condition. Taking daily readings with a TRUZONE® Peak Flow Meter will help you stay on track with your asthma care.

The TRUZONE® Peak Flow Meter uses the traffic light system of red, yellow and green to assist in managing your asthma

  • Green means GO
  • Yellow means CAUTION
  • Red means STOP

AEROBIKA® Oscillating Positive Expiratory Pressure (OPEP) Device

For People with COPD | Add-On to Nightingale Plan

The AEROBIKA® Oscillating Positive Expiratory Pressure Device, or OPEP device, helps to open and clear the airways of your lungs. You may need assistance with this if you have a lung condition like COPD, Bronchiectasis or Cystic Fibrosis.

How the AEROBIKA® OPEP Device Can Help

Cough and shortness of breath may be caused by mucus that gets trapped in the lungs. The AEROBIKA® OPEP Device can help remove this mucus and has been clinically proven to improve ventilation, lung function and quality of life as well as reduce COPD ­flare ups.1

How It Works

Before use: Airway Airways inflamed, collapsed and plugged with mucus.

As you exhale through the device, the airways are opened.

As the airways open, vibrations help thin and loosen mucus which can then be expelled.

This may help your inhaled medications work better.2

  1. Svenningsen S. et al. COPD 2016;13(1):66 – 74.
  2. The New England Journal of Medicine 2010;363(23):2233-2247)