“The results of a joint study between Brunel University and Queen Mary University reviewed evidence from 7,000 patients that proved listening to music eased a patients’ anxiety, reduced pain and lessened the need for pain medication.”
Music as an aid for postoperative recovery in adults: a systematic review and meta-analysis. Jenny Hole, MBBS; Martin Hirsch, MBBS; Elizabeth Ball, PhD; Catherine Meads, PhD – Brunel University London & Queen Mary University of London.
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- Knowledge of listener’s musical taste not required. Proprietary algorithmic process based on scientific sociology and psychology studies.
- Multiple playlists created in seconds from fingerprinted catalogue.
- Genre, artist, and track edit options.
- Playlist running order designed to reduce heart-rate and bad hormones and promote good ones.
If using a wearable to measure Heart Rate Variability, our Digital Drip component dynamically monitors a listener’s response to the music and if the HRV is not as we predict subsequent tracks are swapped out to bring the heart rate down faster or in slower steps depending on use case.
workflow compliant app
- Simple and intuitive interface
- Integrates with our HRV monitor
- Dovetails into multiple existing workflow practices
- Features standard pain and anxiety scales
- Customisable Patient Specific Functional Scale
- All data captured and presented as KPIs
full KPI reporting
- Evidence based
- Use case specific
- Patient benefit defined
- Medication cost saving illustrated
- Weekly email summary
- Multiple hardware options
- Bespoke music player, Amazon alexa or smartphone app
- Bone conducting headphones
- Waterproof headphones for ventilator use
- Monthly per user subscription