We are on the verge of serious changes in the field of medicine and health care. They happen, and they are interested in everything: patients, doctors, researchers, medical students and ordinary consumers.
The representative of Next Web, Robert Sherba, talked about Dr. Bertalan Mesco, the author of The Guide to the Future of Medicine: Technology and the Human Touch, about how technological innovation will affect the future of medicine. Mesco identified 11 key areas.
Games are an integral part of our lives, but adding future gameplay to future health monitoring programs encourages patients to collect information daily and make decisions that have a positive impact on their health. help. Mesco says that more than half of patients with chronic diseases do not follow the instructions of the doctor. Gumification creates an environment in which the patient is difficult to abandon the course.
Outpatient clinics help patients raise awareness and expand opportunities. Many people use the Internet to identify symptoms of the disease and use self-diagnosis to diagnose them. A healthy mind does not support this situation when it comes to qualified medical professionals, but doctors do not even prohibit patients from accessing the Internet.
Using innovative technologies, doctors can interact with home or controlled patients. It also saves time and money. There are robotic autonomous solutions that monitor the patient's condition before, after and after treatment.
Medical institutions train doctors to work with "electronic" patients and high technologies. Training specialists takes a lot of time, and therefore the experience of students at the time of graduation is obsolete. Classes must be replaced by digital classes, which, in turn, provide communication between students and practitioners and provide access to the most up-to-date information and resources.
Modern robots significantly increase the chances of surgeons who can perform operations with greater accuracy and less injury. Robots can never replace people, but doctors often use them in their work.
In the future, DNA analysis will become a simple procedure for diagnosis and treatment. Thus, doctors can ensure the correct prescription of drugs, taking into account the characteristics of the patient.
Modern technologies can measure critical medical indicators in cheap and convenient ways. Sensors only collect the necessary information without distracting patients from their daily work. One way to collect such information is to wear electronic dresses with the necessary sensors.
Fabric gadget in a fantastic movie Star Trek will soon become a reality. You do not need to go to the clinic to perform various diagnostic procedures - they can all be used at home and using compact devices. “The smartphone will become a medical center as a medical device,” said Dr. Mesco.
This creates a new generation of existing technology engineers and scientists. Bio laboratories around the world combine to unite inventors, experiments, and discoveries. Innovations in biotechnology can completely change the future of medicine.
Using 3D printers, you can create medical devices, prostheses and even medicines. Printers also play an important role in regenerative medicine, helping professionals create blood vessels, bones, heart valves, tissues, artificial skin, and even organs. Thanks to these developments, 3D printing can be of great benefit.
Exceptional clothing will give paralyzed people the opportunity to walk again. Restoring the wearer's feelings will allow the prosthesis to interact with the brain in real time. “Until now,” says Dr. Mesko, “the main task of the producers of such things is to create devices that can accurately reproduce the complex movements of human arms and legs.”
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