A Groundbreaking Innovation In Pain Management
Visualizing Pain Can Be Eye Opening
The PainTrace biosignal measures acute and chronic pain. Color-coding makes it simple. The software adds color ranging from blue (no pain) to red (severe pain).
Seeing the signal alter during an orthopedic exam or overtime as you track pain gives a visual voice to pain. We can watch PainTrace live.
Chronic pain is the baseline. Just like our weight or blood pressure has an individual value… so does our PainTrace. On good days we are in the blue (positive). Not so good days maybe mild pain (yellow) or severe pain (red).
Acute pain is represented by the high frequency peaks. Ever stub your toe? Ouch! Sharp shooting pain is evidenced in sharp peaks. Just like the baseline, blue (positive numbers) denote no pain and increasing wellness, and yellow to orange to red (negative numbers) denote increasing degrees of pain.
Knowledge is Power
Multi-Species Pain Signal
Real-time Acute and Chronic Pain Measurement
Tracking Pain Over Time
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BioTraceIT™ was invited to present their research at The National Institute of Health’s Pain in Animals Workshop which aims to “bring the strengths of… partners together to discuss the current state of pain measurement in animals, and to formulate a roadmap of research and development priorities for the future.”
The following is an excerpt from John George’s Interview with Deb Dullen, President and Chief Executive of US firm BioTraceIT.
PainTrace® The only patented devices and technologies for non-invasive and continuous pain monitoring.
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The patented PainTrace® and BioTraceIT™ technology and software application are covered by U.S. Patent and other pending U.S. and International patents.
* Per FDA guidelines in humans this product is For Research Purpose Only.
* Per FDA Center for Veterinary Medicine this product is Not for Human Use.