The medication overuse alert warns both the clinician and patient if he or she is close to or has exceeded established ICHD-3 guidelines for thresholds of medication overuse. Patients at risk receive an alert advising them to contact their clinician.
Daily and month by month summary of patient headaches and migraine days, using international headache guidelines to classify attacks.
All patient treatments including preventative, acute migraine and OTC medications identified, using an integrated medication database.
After 90 days of data entry, each patient receives three highly individualized maps identifying their potential risk factors (e.g., dietary, emotion, sleep, weather) associated with increasing, decreasing, or having no affect on their migraine attacks.
Enter baseline periods and compare outcomes to analyze the trend of patient’s headaches.
MIDAS/PedMIDAS scores and Monthly Disability Scores.
Menstruation calendar (if applicable) and correlation with headache days.
We are in the process of seeking approval from regulatory bodies to commercialize the N1-Headache™ Clinician Dashboard as a medical device. Upon approval, enrollment in our N1-Headache™ Clinician Program will begin. Please provide your contact details if you are interested in signing up and we will contact you when we re-initiate the program.
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