A real-time perceived pain device to record time and 0-100 point scale. An audible beep indicates when 100 is reached with emoji faces to match the numerical scale. Within the settings, there are two differing sensitivities: normal and high. There is also an auto shut-off function to help preserve battery life. A charge cord is also included. Beta Bluetooth functionality and a BETA testing Android app included
Product is black on black, not orange, as seen in promotional video.
NEWS UPDATE: The Pain Meter will be presented in two posters (PTH126 & PFR202) at the International Association of the Study of Pain in Toronto this fall 2022. https://iaspworldcongress2022.org/ The research looks at the reliability and validity of the device.
For more details on the Pain Meter visit MyPain.co.
Attn Researchers, in-kind donation available.