Treato analyzes billions of patient discussions to understand what patients are saying
about their experience with regard to their treatments, diseases and side effects.
Treato algorithmically identifies patients' positive experiences about medications
within their Web posts, for example acne that cleared up, high blood pressure that was
reduced, a certain drug that "worked", and so forth.
Treato aggregates all of these discussions to calculate how many positive patient
posts each medication received, relative to other drugs. Note that positive patient
posts about medications are always aggregated in relation to a specific condition,
since the same medication may be used for more than one condition.
"...assorted soaps, the burning was still there. My hand was red as fire and killing me. I found a bottle of Foille ointment in the first aid closet at work, a bottle that I bought in 1985, and even... "
great, it cooled my burning itch; the lidocaine, according...
"...have mixed Burn Relief from RiteAid (used for sunburn and containing Lidocaine) with coconut oil and applied it to my scalp. While it doesn't look all that great, it cooled my burning itch; the... "
expensive and had a burning sensation upon application. It...
"...Burn Relief Ultra to be the best ... by far. Very smooth application with no stinging at all ... and completely scentless.
I previously tried The Art of Shaving aftershave balm and thought it w... "