Technology Innovations and the Future of Healthcare

Technology Innovations and the Future of Healthcare

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Future Healthcare has a huge prospective to change the way that healthcare specialists monitor and deliver healthcare. There are companies trying to reinvent old technologies with the use of a fresh method.

 Innovations for the Future of Healthcare

  1. Early detection of dementia:
    Getting dementia early remains challenging. Oxford Brain Diagnostics trust that their technology can catch the condition years prior to symptoms become obvious.
    This is due to cortical disarray measurement (CDM). This technique allows scientists to collect an “extra level of detail” through obtainable MRI scans. This permits them to detect changes in the brain microanatomy.

  2. Blockchain
    Technology wants to change how people use their medical records. With the use of secure blockchain technology, most famous for its use in cryptocurrency, they have planned a way that patients can see and, when required, share their data with clinicians. This technology allows the user to give healthcare professionals permission to use their personal health data, then records communications with data in an auditable, transparent, and secure way on its distributed record.
    Also, as online consultations become more famous, this technology would aid overcome some of their essential privacy and security problems.

  3. Mobile Cancer Detection
    MobileODT has developed a battery-powered, hand-held colposcope known as the EVA System, which can take high-quality pictures of the cervix.
    MobileODT worked with the National Cancer Institute to design a machine learning algorithm, known as automatic visual evaluation (AVE) that can give a precise diagnosis in minutes.
    A prospective, multicenter pilot study that scientists performed in Korea revealed that the device is more than 90 percent precise.

  4. Robot vs Loneliness
    Service Robotics Limited has of late generated an innovative solution that intends to bridge the void of loneliness.
    Genie Connect is a pleasant-looking miniature robot. The designers defined it as “a companion robot service that utilizes a friendly, in-built, voice-enabled robot to provide support and connectivity…”
    It can carry out instructions in the same way as other popular virtual assistants, however, it has a range of tailored, customizable structures.

  5. Breathing devices
    Possibly, the most unusual device seen at Future Healthcare 2019 was called SoeMac. As per the creators, SoeMac alternative therapy makes energized oxygen, which the body can securely use to help repair itself at night while we sleep.
    SoeMac is a small, rectangular device that mildly buzzes. A user can just switch it on and leave it by their bed at night. As per the designers, it aids us to breathe more effortlessly and sleep better.

  6. Upgrading disposable batteries
    BlueThink — without altering the underlying chemistry — has developed a way of making a common type of battery safer and more cost-effective.
    Using standard battery technology but with a twist, they have created a flexible battery that a child could safely swallow, that does not explode when incinerated, and that keeps its charge when left on a shelf.
    Importantly, it is also low-cost and producible in large quantities. They are also harmful to the environment and a significant hazard for children if swallowed.


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