Science is constantly innovating to improve the delivery of medical services and the rapid cure of major ailments such as cancer and other dreaded diseases. So what are the latest technological innovations in health care? Are there any risks associated with these feats? The answers through this article.
The purpose of this research and its likely consequences
Quebec invests millions of US dollars in medical research, a figure boosted by the efforts made in this field by the private sector. This research is aimed at prolonging the life experience marked by recent innovations in the sub-field of genetics, targeted, then, at controlling the mutations and cellular activities that generate old age. These innovations aim to reverse these mechanisms from the age of 40 onwards in order to positively impact on old age. It is clear that these innovations will bear fruit, but what about the consequences. The human population will increase, famine and promiscuity will be more felt especially in Africa.
The latest technological innovations in this field
Despite this risk, several discoveries are very useful and timely. For example, the CCS implied (Canadian Cancer Society) is conducting trials to more effectively remedy breast and prostate cancers. There have been good results over the last ten years with increasingly effective treatments. In addition, research has shifted towards reducing the spread of Covid-19. In hospital, stretchers are equipped with trackers for optimal management of patient movement. Cabinets are equipped with "Radio Frequency Identification Technologies" for the management of health workers' uniforms. These uniforms are fitted with chips: it is impossible to handle those in stocks, which reduces corona virus contamination. Tele medicine has a bright future thanks to the development of ICTs. Finally, you must notice that medicine progress is so very much.