The concept of healthcare reform combined with converted medical tax has not prevented continued medical technology development by a large number of companies focused on healthcare products that are not only cheaper but also provide patients with talent. According to state-of-the-art technology technology, the medical technology equipment has begun to be abnormally complex approval for new medical devices.
However, the FDA announced a new MDIC, which was responsible for simplifying the overall process of design and testing of new technologies.
We bring you 5 latest technological advances in technology advances that will take place in medicine:
1. MelaFind Optical Scanner
Melanoma is the most fatal type of skin cancer. Previously, it was impossible to distinguish between moles that were harmful to those that were not, without harmful surgery.
Thanks to MelaFind Optical Scanner, dermatologists now have a handheld tool that can perform a multispectral analysis of web biology. The ultimate goal of the device is to reduce the number of patients left unnecessary with the result of the tissue sample.
2. ATI Neurostimulator
The method "taking two aspirin" has never worked for migraine and cluster headaches. For a long time, doctors have linked chronic forms of headache with facial edema called Sphenopalatine Ganglion (SPG). ATI Neurostimulator is currently under investigation and is a device designed to block SPG signals as soon as headache is diagnosed.
Permanent implantation of the upper rubber on the side of the head where headache usually occurs is used to block pain that causes neurotransmitters.
Biosensor in the uterus is currently being developed by Echo Therapeutics with the aim of providing an acute solution for diabetes. The sensor will be able to read blood analysis through the skin without having to draw any blood at all. A small handheld electric toothbrush-like device works by removing any of the top layers to move blood chemistry within sensors.
The measuring device is capable of collecting read per minute and can send the data to remote control. It may also trigger a warning when glucose levels exceed the optimal range.
4. RP-VITA Remote Presence Robot
Latest Health Care News keeps us constantly on the latest developments in the healthcare system. More and more advanced technology is being implemented to provide an effective way to treat patients.
Medical robot is the next step forward. The RP-VITA Remote Controller is manufactured by InTouch Health and iRobot Corp. Robots have a dual-screen display and medical monitoring system that is programmed to control the busy premises of hospitals.
5. Sapien transcatheter Aortic Valve
Sapien transcatheter aortic valve is a reference to open cardiac surgery designed for people in need of a replacement valve, but does not tolerate the severity of open heart surgery.
The Loki is already available in Europe and you can enter the United States. Such an effective procedure is limited to reducing healthcare costs due to long-term hospitalization.