Functional, flexible, and integrated lab-on-chips, based on elastic membranes, are capable of fine response to external stimuli, so to pave the way for many applications as multiplexed sensors for a wide range of chemical, physical and biomedical processes. Here, we report on the use of elastic thin membranes (TMs), integrated with a reaction chamber, to fabricate a membrane-based pressure sensor (MePS) for reaction monitoring. In particular, the TM becomes the key-element in the design of a highly sensitive MePS capable to monitor gaseous species production in dynamic and temporally fast processes with high resolution and reproducibility. Indeed, we demonstrate the use of a functional MePS integrating a 2 μm thick polydimethylsiloxane TM by monitoring the dioxygen evolution resulting from catalytic hydrogen peroxide dismutation. The operation of the membrane, explained using a diffusion-dominated model, is demonstrated on two similar catalytic systems with catalase-like activity, assembled into polyelectrolyte multilayers capsules. The MePS, tested in a range between 2 and 50 Pa, allows detecting a dioxygen variation of the μmol L-1 s-1 order. Due to their structural features, flexibility of integration, and biocompatibility, the MePSs are amenable of future development within advanced lab-on-chips.