Innovations in Medicine
Ever since the very dawn of our civilization, we’ve had people whose task was healing other people and making them feel better when they get sick. With the advancements in our civilization, there came advancements in our medicine, and the people whose task was healing other people found new ways of doing that, and new tools that could help them with that task. Further down the line, this advancement led to the establishment of real medicine as we know it today, and this field of science is what we need to thank for millions and millions of people healed throughout the years.
This modern medicine is not without its flaws, and it is clear that it needs to be advanced even more. And as we speak, there are people who deal with this, and could help the medicine reach new limits. They are responsible for the faster and safer healing, and it is thanks to them that today we have some of these advances in our medicine.
We all know that melanoma can be very dangerous and even deadly, and in order to know which moles we have are dangerous and which are not, we used to have to undergo a surgery or a biopsy. Nowadays, doctors have a new tool that does a multispectral analysis of the morphology of our tissue, and that can decide which moles are dangerous for you, and which of them are not. Thanks to this dandy tool, we can get an answer rather fast, and will not have to undergo any surgeries.
stethoscopeSome people suffer from various pains, and migraines are the worst one of them. In order to get rid of the pain, people use Aspirin, but for some of them, this doesn’t seem to do the trick. Well, thankfully for them, there is a new game-changer in town, and it is going to change this game completely. It is called Electronic Aspirin, and it blocks the SPG signals that are usually the very first sign of a migraine. This implant gets implanted in the upper gum of the patient, and could help them get rid of those annoying headaches.
If you are a diabetic, than you are most likely already used to the constant stabbing, and getting various needles inside you. But, what if you can’t stand the needles, but you still need to get better? Well, then you could use the needle-free diabetic care, that is being developed for exactly those kind of people – who need to medicate themselves every single day, but just can’t do it. Well, now you can, because there are no needles, and you can fight diabetes with greater ease.
Also, when you are home-medicated, you don’t have a doctor by your side at all times. One might pop up to pay you a visit and check you up, but that happens very rarely. What to do then? Well, soon we will have robotic check-ups, during which the machine will be able to tell you how exactly you’re doing (in a medical sense) and if there is something wrong with you. It will also be good for fighting hypochondriacs who constantly think that they are sick.