Assess the pain with biometric and communicate to the consulting Doctor with no time. Adequately managed pain can lead to better physical and psychological patient outcomes for individual patients and their families.
Pain been subjective and can't be assessed. But with FACES we can analysis your severity of pain and unhappiness using your biometric technology and record as a data.
Its been a common concern that pain is not addressing on time, now we can address your pain in no time and send to concern Physician and receive the intervention through the same channel.
We developed groundbreaking tools to measure the physiological response to pain critically, providing insight for reliable and tailored pain control throughout the pain management process. Redwert’s innovative Biometric pain scale assessment tool uses artificial intelligence algorithms to obtain, process and interprets thousands of physiological parameters, turning them into a single index.
Recognition of pain in patients is crucial & if not accessed correctly it can cause improper diagnosis and treatment. Despite the availability of various pain assessment tools like the Numerical scale pain assessment tool, Flacc scale pain assessment tool, and Universal pain assessment tool, these tools are not accurate and often cause improper medical treatment.
At Redwert’s we understand the need for accuracy & thus we came up with a Biometric Pa in assessment tool.
Unlike traditional pain accessing tools that allow patients to select a numerical value from 0 to 1. Redwert’s pain assessment tool is based on facial recognition.
Existing tools like Flacc scale pain assessment tool is not accurate and are used to evaluate pain for children between the ages of 2 months and 7 years using a scale numbered from 0-10.
To address this gap in existing tool, we came up with the idea of the biometric pain measurement tool.
We analyze the patient's pain using the photo taken by a nurse and calculate the percentage of pain.
Numerical Pain Assessment Scale is a one-dimensional indicator of adult pain intensity, including chronic pain.
Patients with severe illness who are admitted to hospital suffer from many painful stimuli, but it is difficult to determine the discomfort. Pain assessment and evaluation should be performed as early as possible during patient admission and at the clinic before admission in the event of scheduled admission.
The treatment of pain in the hospital has long been reported to be unreliable and troublesome.
However, with the advancement in technology now it’s time to change the game with a tool that can accurately measure pain.
We replaced the Universal Pain Assessment Tool (which is used to assess pain levels in patients with limited communication skills using numeric scale & emoticon) with the Biometric pain scale assessment tool(uses Facial recognition techniques).
With the adoption of a Biometric pain scale assessment tool, you can always stay accurate.
The recognition and evaluation of pain are essential to ensure proper pain management. For healthcare, we came up with a Biometric pain scale assessment tool to help patients describe and evaluate their pain intensity, and help clinicians evaluate pain, monitor pain-related behaviours, and monitor the effectiveness of pain interventions.