Joint-related health problems affect the great majority of our pets. Unfortunately, these issues can be a real hassle for our furry buddies, and spotting them isn’t a piece of cake either… Especially in their early stages. Learn how Maven AI-Vet™ steps in to help vets keep a closer watch on these patients and also help the diagnostic process! Here’s how Maven helps with joint discomfort in pets.
How Maven AI-Vet™ works
Maven’s smart collar continuously tracks each pet’s daily activity and sleep patterns. At the same time, the pet parents (and also the vet) can log any important information on the companion Maven mobile app, such as medical history, new symptoms, or any unusual signs that come up in their daily life.
Once this data starts to be gathered, Maven’s AI-Vet™ takes the stage, analyzing all the information in order to look for possible issues. With AI-Vet™, Maven can be the help vets need to better identify significant changes that might indicate the presence of any pet health issues, like joint discomfort or mobility related diseases.
Keeping an eye out for any unusual nighttime activity
An abnormal resting pattern during the nighttime could be a sign of restlessness, possibly stemming from joint discomfort. A significant change in nighttime activity in animals prone to develop joint issues, or animals that have been already diagnosed with problems of this kind, is crucial to spot.
Maven not only helps gather this data but its AI-Vet™ also alerts the local vet if it identifies potential issues after its analysis. Since it’s based on concrete information, this method simplifies patient monitoring, ultimately making patient care smoother.
When the alarm is sounded, the necessary steps can be taken quickly and effectively. The vet can take a closer look at the patient to ensure there aren’t any new issues present, adjust the pet’s medication if necessary, or explore other strategies to make sure they get the comfort they deserve.
Keeping up with daily activity data and its evolution
Consistently low daily activity could be a sign that things might not be as perfect as we’d like. If joint pain is too intense or medication dosages aren’t optimal, pets might exhibit unusually low activity and spend more time resting, so as to reduce the strain on their body.
Such changes might not be noticed by the pet parent, making Maven even a more powerful tool as the vet doesn’t need to rely solely on the pet parent’s perception and input.
Moreover, by monitoring the progression of daily activity, combined with other collected intel and AI-Vet™ ’s analysis, it’s easier for vets to assess the evolution of a pet’s joint discomfort and monitor their recovery progress.
Always on the lookout for any warning signs
Through the ongoing analysis of all the available data collected by Maven – including activity and sleep monitoring, health assessments, journal notes, and the pet’s individual characteristics and medical background – the AI-Vet™ can identify atypical patterns that could signal potential concerns for the pet’s joint comfort and overall health.
By continuously monitoring a pet and gathering concrete data on their singular activity, rest, patterns and other intel, Maven is able to acquire unparalleled information. AI-Vet™ then goes through this data in detail, simplifying the process of tracking the pet’s health journey with joint disease – covering both detection and monitoring.
Besides joint discomfort in pets, this data-centric approach may aid in general early detection of illnesses in dogs and cats. It effectively makes it possible for veterinary practices, clinics, and hospitals to provide better pet care, without overwhelming their staff with extra responsibilities.
Maven Pet focuses on improving the quality of life of our pets with technology. AI-Vet™, the company’s innovative pet care platform, uses artificial intelligence (AI) to enable proactive pet care. By accurately collecting and monitoring pet data and alerting veterinarians of any irregularities, Maven Pet empowers them to stay ahead of potential health issues, ensuring the well-being and longevity of our beloved companions.