The Technologies That Will Change Health and Care

There are so many large improvements in technology that are coming into play as of today, many of these improvements will occur in the medical industry, here are a few of them that we’ve managed to find.

One of the things we manage to find is 3D printing 3D printing can be used to artificially produce large amounts of low-cost medical grade prosthetics, casts, blood vessels, organ implants and much more. This technology can eventually be used to produce large amounts of cheap biological material such as organs or medicine and the such.

The second thing we managed to find is Nanobots what can be used in medical purposes in many ways, for example injecting Nanobots into the bloodstream in order to detect vital signs, monitor a tumor, find pre-cancerous growths or as a better way of injecting medicine into the body.

The third thing is virtual reality, virtual reality can be used to treat people who are traumatized by things like PTSD, PTSD can be treated by treatments like exposure therapy, however for many soldiers this is not viable because no one wants to return to someone to the battlefield. Virtual reality can be used to simulate these environments and therefore provide exposure therapy for people suffering from PTSD.

The fourth thing we managed to find is robotics, robots can be used to assist in surgeries where the stakes are very high, for example in a very difficult neurological procedure, one wrong suture can end up in a dead patient. Having a robot assist a doctor who is likely not been able to sleep well for the past week can drastically increase the success rate of said surgery. Other uses for robotics include disinfecting cleaning and taking care of patients while doctors are not currently available.

Fourth is better dosage, people have to use a dosage that often times is not the best for their body, let’s say you purchase a supplement off of MovoMovo, often times you’ll get a dosage that conforms to a standard but not necessarily your body’s own standard. Tech can help find which dosage is best for you.