A growing number of clinicians are recommending the evidence-based practice of alternating acetaminophen and ibuprofen every 3 hours to achieve optimal pain control without the use of narcotics.
But many patients have trouble tracking which medication they took most recently and which is due next, elevating the risk of taking the same medication twice or more in a row. The Comfort Control Clock™ is a simple, economical device that makes it easy for patients to keep track of alternating medications.
In contrast to phone apps, the Comfort Control Clock™ is deliberately designed as a universally-accessible tangible device that can be quickly referenced and kept together with the relevant containers of medication.
Four clock hands rotate as a unit, so they always point 3 hours apart. Alternating colors and labeling indicate which medicines should be taken at which times. The hands can be adjusted if doses are taken late or missed.
If you’re a clinician, productivity matters. It takes valuable time to explain complicated written logs or set up mobile apps on patient devices. The Comfort Control Clock™ shortens the time required to teach patients how to alternate medications and makes it simpler for them to follow your instructions.
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