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Smart Inhaler Tracks Administration of Single-Use Smartpod Filled with Medical Marijuana

January 29, 2018


The legalization of marijuana in Canada is imminent, and Toronto-based startup Resolve Digital Health hopes it is uniquely positioned to take


advantage of it with its smart medical device system.

Dubbed Breeze, the technology is designed to provide a more accurate, metered medical marijuana solution. It uses single-use Smartpods filled with cannabis buds or oil, which is then placed in the startup’s Breeze Smart Inhaler. The user can then track their experience through a mobile application, which stores data that can be shared with doctors, pharmacists, and other healthcare professionals.

Resolve Digital Health enters the game as cannabis continues to become a credible, reliable option for pain management during medical care such as chemotherapy. There are few options for users to keep track of their own health around medical marijuana, and through the Breeze app, now users can.

Founder and CEO, Rob Adelson, said last year in a statement that the company wants to ensure that its solution is more than just another product option, and be one that can provide consistent, reliable, and positive results within the patient experience.

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