Thursday, March 9, 2017

The Future of Medical Technology

Technology is improving at an exponential rate. What was once just a hope or a dream is now reality. Hospitals worldwide use complex machines to help diagnose and treat the human body. Advances in areas of technology have been applied to medicine on a massive scale, allowing practitioners to become more specialised in particular areas and revolutionising the way we use and store data.
So what lies ahead for our rapidly advancing technology? What ideas are now in process that could soon become a reality and how might it change our lives? Let’s take a closer look in the infographic below.
So what lies ahead for our rapidly advancing technology? What ideas are now in process that could soon become a reality and how might it change our lives? Let’s take a closer look in the infographic.
AI . Artificial intelligence can be used to detect Alzheimer's disease
Spare parts have been grown.  Brain, Esophagus, Liver, Kidney.
Prosthetics: 3D printing, Integration of processors and implanted brain electrodes
Advanced remote monitoring and televideo
Advances in rapid genomic assays will bring genomic study costs to less than $ 10.00 for focused analytics.


































The Future of Medical Technology
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