First-ever US doctor has put on a ‘Holistic’ doctor mouthpiece, using the latest in technology to treat a variety of different ailments.
The company, which is based in Arizona, is currently developing a new mouthguard called Holistic Mouthguard, which will allow doctors to monitor their mouthpieces remotely through a virtual interface.
The device will be able to detect when patients are having a reaction to a particular medication, monitor the amount of medication they are taking, and even allow the doctor to prescribe the medication on demand.
A video released by the company shows the device, which was created by the San Diego-based company MediPharm.
Dr. Andrew Stiles, who is currently in his sixth year of medical school, uses Holistic to treat his symptoms.
“I can tell my mouthpiece is reacting to a specific medicine and I can tell when that medication is making my mouth feel like it’s choking,” he said.
“When I do this, I know my mouth is feeling better and better.”
Stiles is a member of the National Academy of Sciences, and he also uses Holism to treat other health conditions.
He said it has given him relief from stomach pain, headaches, and anxiety.
“I was doing the whole ‘everything’s okay, it’s all good’ routine for two years, and then suddenly I was able to say, ‘I’m feeling better.'”
Stiles, along with colleagues in his lab, were working on a research paper on a possible medication to treat chronic pain that was causing discomfort and pain in the mouth.
They started looking at what medications were available to treat pain in this particular condition, and decided to try Holistic.
Stiles said the company’s technology was able and willing to offer a variety on the mouthpiece for people who were having trouble with other treatments.
“They really knew what they were doing,” he explained.
“They’re doing a really great job.”
The company’s new device will have a unique sensor that will be connected to a computer.
When a patient is able to control the device remotely, they will be alerted to their mouthpiece’s presence, and the company will provide them with an app that will allow them to prescribe medication from their phone.
Stiles added that the device can also monitor the levels of medications a patient takes and can be programmed to provide a dose based on the patient’s symptoms.
It will be used to monitor the patient over the course of an entire day, allowing doctors to see how much medication they have taken.
The company is currently testing the device on a small number of patients in the US, and Stiles said they hope to eventually expand the program to the US.
Stories like these have led to the invention of other new devices.
Earlier this year, the US Food and Drug Administration approved an earpiece that uses a camera to track the sound of a patient’s voice, a device called a virtual mic.
The mic would allow doctors and nurses to record the patient in a way that mimics the real thing, rather than using an ear piece.