Design and Developing a Device for Migraine Treatment: A Review

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Bhumika Yadav
Ravi V. Kandisa
Dilip K. Chekuri
Abhay Pande

Abstract

Migraine is usually somatosensory input to the head involving pseudo-unipolar trigeminal and upper cervical branches. It is a very common disorder involving visual perception difficulties, thereby causing cognitive decline. Advancement in migraine treatment is always a crucial point of research for every neuro-ophthalmologist.
Results: Many novel treatment approaches have received Food and Drug Administration approvals for well-outlined therapies in migraine treatment. In this review, we summarize this treatment methodology and prototype a device that can cater to the limitations of already available migraine treatment devices in the market. Many novel and stirring therapies continue to evolve for the therapy of migraine. Though highly advanced and sophisticated, this therapy gets knock-down due to many limitations. This limitation renders them from being effective. Being on track with this commonly occurring disorder is important in reducing the disability from it.

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Yadav, B., Kandisa, R. V., Chekuri, D. K., & Pande, A. (2022). Design and Developing a Device for Migraine Treatment: A Review. International Journal of Health Technology and Innovation, 1(02), 13–18. Retrieved from https://ijht.org.in/index.php/ijhti/article/view/37
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