Working in a medical practice can be fun, stressful, hectic, rewarding, and draining all at the same time. After all, we are responsible for the health of our patients –they turn to us in their time of need and we in turn do our best to ensure that they are treated well and that their … Continue reading How Does Your Medical Practice Measure Up?
According to the most recent WHO estimates, 422 million individuals suffer from diabetes around the world – and that figure is steadily growing. That means that 1 person in 11 must manage the severe condition on a day-to-day basis, which may lead to amputation, kidney failure, heart attack, or stroke. Here are 3 ways diabetes … Continue reading Diabetes Management in the Future
Firsthand Technology for relief of pain Present chronic pain treatment primarily includes narcotics, the effectiveness of which is reduced over time. According to a variety of studies that were enlisted by Firsthand, virtual reality decreases the period of thinking about pain by 48%, whereas narcotics just by 10%. It’ll decrease the unpleasantness of severe pain … Continue reading Virtual Reality Companies for Improved Pain Management
Here are the top 3 virtual reality companies bringing change to psychology: Psious now treating phobias of human beings differently The American and Spanish behavioral health technology business, Psious provides special treatment for psychological conditions like fear of needles, flying, a variety of animals, general anxiety, public speaking, or agoraphobia. With the assistance of VR, … Continue reading Virtual Reality Companies are Changing Psychology
Your medical practice is only as strong as its weakest link—employees who lack training and make your practice look unprofessional can negate all of the effort and hard work from the rest of your team. Lack of training causes low productivity, an unsafe work environment, and increased expenses. Frequent mistakes not only cause patient frustration, … Continue reading How Much is Your Untrained Employee Costing You?
In the future, human beings will no longer be born; instead they’ll be “grown” inside fluid-filled sacks that resemble an artificial womb. Viable humans even would be picked from fields that are full of artificial wombs; then we’d arrive to The Matrix world. Plus, even if Neo won’t need to battle agents and artificial reality … Continue reading What is an Artificial Womb?
Telemedicine is growing in popularity with physicians and patients and has seen the expansion of services into different medical specialities. Every medical service provider and specialist has the potential to use telemedicine for data sharing, video consultations and remote monitoring of patients. It is incredibly useful for patients who live in rural and sparsely populated … Continue reading What are the Top Specialties to Benefit from Telemedicine?
It’s always challenging to find the projects that have the biggest possibility to be utilized in day to day medical practices, yet below include the most promising candidates that fulfill this idea. Medical three-dimensional printing If guns and additional items may now be printed and the biotechnology sector is working on even printing living cells; … Continue reading Medicine in the Future
The following three aspects are going to change the way in which medicine is applied: Artificial intelligence I have always been a fan of IBM Watson. I’ve seen its possibilities as massive opportunities in medicine. It has the ability to help doctors in day-to-day medical decision-making, even though it won’t substitute humans, whatsoever. As a … Continue reading Where is Medicine Headed in the Future?
Today, we discuss 3 top futuristic medical technologies: In silico clinical trials Transferring from extremely expensive and long clinical trials to small microchips that may be utilized as models of human organs, cells, or entire physiological systems offers clear benefits. Components or drugs might be tested on them without limits that might make clinical trials … Continue reading Advances in Medical Technology to Look Forward to