PainVision is a user-friendly, non-invasive, completely automated computer-based device that combines a simple hardware and intuitively operable software to quantify pain in humans. There are two types of software available for PainVision, and both are designed to meet the environmental needs of pain.


PainVision provides higher value-added data in a variety of contexts in all clinical departments.
By using quantified pain degree in combination with a visual analog scale, theoretical/clinical research on degrees of patients’ objective pain and psychological factors can be applied to proven methods used for monitoring, tracking and evaluating patients.


Pain degree is calculated by measuring Current Perception Threshold (CPT) and Pain Equivalent Current (PEC) through electrical stimulation. In principle, pain degree is determined by applying physiological response of the human body.


October, 4, 2017
Kaga Electronics (USA) INC. and OSACHI CO., LTD.
have initiated a marketing corroboration for PainVision in the territory of North America.
August, 16, 2017
Our devices will be exhibited in MEDICA 2017.
Date Nov. 13 – 16, 2017
Site Messe Dusseldorf (Germany)
Hall 11 / H11
“Medica 2017 website”
August, 16, 2017
Our devices will be exhibited in Medical Fair Thailand 2017.
Date Sep. 6 – 8, 2017
Site Queen Sirikit National Convention Centre (Thailand)
Hall 3B25
“MFT 2017 website”
Our devices will be exhibited in MEDICA 2016.
Date Nov. 14 – 17, 2016
Site Messe Dusseldorf (Germany)
Hall 11 / H11
PainVision Education Seminar 2016
Date Sep. 29, 2016
Site The YOKOHAMA Bay Hotel Tokyu, Ambassador’s Ballroom
SANYOSEIKO / OSACHI are pleased to announce that we will host Seminar of our PainVision
during the 16th World Congress on Pain by International Association for the Study of Pain (IASP)
Visit us at IASP 2016 conference in Yokohama!
Date Sep. 26 – 29, 2016
Stand# 720
Our devices will be exhibited in MEDICA 2015.
Date Nov. 16 – 19, 2015
Site Messe Dusseldorf (Germany)
Hall 16 / A39