HeadaTerm™: The Cost Would Not Add Pain to Migraine Patients

Cost Can be a Major Roadblock in Migraine Therapy The team from migraine.com conducted a survey in 2016 titled: “Migraine in America” with the goal to gain a better understanding of the challenges faced by migraine patients. Over 3,900 people completed the 145-question survey. The results show that: Over 36% of the patients spent over $1,000 per year on migraine related treatments. 64% of the patients have avoided therapy because of the cost. 62% of the patients asked their doctors for cheaper prescriptions. 50% of the patients skipped entire dosages to make their prescriptions last longer. The impact of migraine on one’s life can be overwhelming and far-reaching, negatively affecting personal relationships, ability to work or to attend school.  ...

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With EmeTerm™, Pregnant Women Don’t Have to Suffer from Morning Sickness

Morning sickness affects 70-80% of all pregnant women. About 60% of them experience nausea and vomiting. Morning sickness can decrease pregnant women’s work efficiency, result in unnecessary healthcare expenses, and negatively impact the quality of life of both the mothers and the unborn children. Some women even choose to have an abortion due to the severity of the symptoms.   One of the worst drug disasters in history resulted from an attempt to cease morning sickness with medications. Thalidomide, sold under the name, Immunoprin, was an anti-morning sickness drug used in the 1950s. This resulted in about 10,000 cases of infants who were born with phocomelia (the underdevelopment or absent of limbs and vital organs); only 50% of the 10,000 infants...

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EmeTerm™ Offers Solution to VR Motion Sickness

Researchers have recently confirmed that virtual reality headsets tend to cause a form of motion sickness known as VR sickness, which induces nausea and vomiting. While developmental teams have tried to combat this issue, its prevalence remains common. Many in the industry fear that this will be a major obstacle for virtual reality to be adopted to the general public.   WAT Med attended LifeSciences BC’s Health Networking event on May 17th and had the pleasure to meet Dr. Robert DiRaddo, the Section Head of Simulation and Digital Health at the National Research Council of Canada (NRC). Dr. DiRaddo’s team develops mathematically-based interactive virtual reality and artificial intelligence technology for a wide range of uses, including neurosurgical training for surgeons,...

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Ceasing Morning Sickness Without Delay

Nausea and vomiting can be one of the first signs of pregnancy and usually begins around the 6th week. It can occur at any time of the day, and for most women, it seems to stop after the 12th week of pregnancy. Morning sickness is not harmful to you or your baby, but if you experience excessive vomiting and cannot maintain your food, you may experience hyperemesis gravidarum. EmeTerm generates electrical impulses to stimulate the central nervous system via median nerve to control gastric contractions, which stops the vomiting signals. EmeTerm is hypoallergenic with patented designs and uses medical level materials. It could be used for morning sickness, seasickness and carsickness.  

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EmeTerm™ and eEspresso™ are going to be shown at China Gift Fair

EmeTerm™ is a clinically proven, safe and effective wrist device to prevent and treat nausea and vomiting induced by pregnancy (morning sickness), sea and car sickness (motion sickness). Medical-level materials and detail-oriented ergonomic designs are used in EmeTerm™. Its hypoallergenic and water-resistant features are the best in the industry, making it a convenient and user-friendly device, especially for future mothers.   eEspresso™ is an electronic “coffee.” It is attached to the forehead and uses tiny and precise electric pulses to activate opioid receptors in the central nervous system to relief natural opiates in the body.  eEspresso™ could be used to maintain user well-being (happiness, concentration and self-confidence) and relieve pains and insomnia. The device is non-invasive and drug-free.   EmeTerm™...

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