World's first smart phone

pain assessment and monitoring device

PainChek™ has

in Australia and Europe
1

regulatory clearance

Automatically detects pain

through facial recognition technology

Empowering all caregivers

to accurately assess and manage pain

Transforming pain management

The Benefits:

PainChek™ what it is and how it works:

Clinical study results: 

Clinical studies conducted in Australian residential aged care centres, have been published in the Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease. The published article indicates that PainChek™ is a valid and reliable pain assessment tool for people with moderate to severe dementia, who can no longer self-report their pain and that it offers significant advantages over the current pain assessment methods.

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