BioTraceIT™ Launches at Cedarview Animal Hospital

Jun 26, 2017 | In The Field, Veterinary

BioTraceIT™ Launches at Cedarview Animal Hospital

by | Jun 26, 2017 | In The Field, Veterinary |

The following is an interview with the President of BioTraceIT™, Deb Dullen regarding the launch of PainTrace®.

Minakshi

You just returned from Cedarview Animal Hospital with the latest version of PainTrace®. How did it go?

Deb

Yes, it was very exciting to take our latest version of PainTrace® out and really apply it for what it was intended for: assessing pain objectively. We have been working with Cedarview Animal Hospital for the past year, and we have recorded everything from physical exams for pain-related rehab patients to surgical interventions. Dr. Nigel Gumley, a very well respected diagnostician, sees many people who send their animals to him because they can’t figure out the source of the pain or discomfort that their animals are experiencing.

We’ve also conducted a lot of work with him where we’ve looked at exams, and our values for the pain trace have correlated basically perfectly. We’ve had P-values for correlation of less than 0.001 when we compare his evaluation of pain to our device’s evaluation of pain.

While Dr. Gumley and his team have worked with us on earlier devices, this version brought us the new ability to watch live pain traces, as well as the added benefit of being wireless. The dogs can move about without having us connected with our box. That was a huge plus. The team at Cedarview was really excited to see that.

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…we’ve now implemented a device that’s wearable and provides live pain traces — or visual measurements on a chart — of pain levels during multiple procedures.

Deb Dullen President, BioTraceIT™

Minakshi

So, you’re now seeing PainTrace® in action.  What’s was the significance of this visit?

Deb

Well, the significance was that it was a continuation of our success with measuring pain. The key factor is we’ve now implemented a device that’s wearable and provides live pain traces — or visual measurements on a chart — of pain levels during multiple procedures. To be able to see it live while you are actually working with a patient is key.

Dr. Gumley said to me, “One of the most important things is to know that when I’m determining pain, to know that you’re seeing evidence on the PainTrace®.”

And that exactly happened.

Watch as “Buddy” walks around during his “Trace”. 

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More On Cedarview Animal Hospital 

Since opening its doors in the summer of 2009, Cedarview Animal Hospital has been providing a range of veterinary services and health care for Ottawa pet owners’ dog and cat companions. They emphasize prevention and early detection as well as healthy nutrition and exercise, and we are certified in sports medicine, rehabilitation and pain management.

Learn More:  http://cedarviewanimalhospital.com/

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