We get reports using the latest technologies and also operate with this facility. There are a few new latest technologies developed and they are virtual care, precision medicines, health wearables, artificial organs, 3D printing, etc. Inventions that clear the path for handling the hurdles quickly and easily.

Virtual Care

Virtual care, also known as telehealth, safely connects patients with health professionals to deliver care when and where it is needed.

It complements the face-to-face care that you are used to. Virtual visits can offer care in many conditions such as migraines, skin conditions, diabetes, depression, anxiety, colds, coughs and COVID-19. These visits allow you to get care from a provider when you don’t need or can’t get an in-person visit.

Precision Medicines

Precision medicine, sometimes known as “personalized medicine” is an innovative approach to tailoring disease. Prevention and treatment that takes into account differences in people’s genes, environments, and lifestyles.

Precision medicine is a way health care providers can offer and plan specific care for their patients, based on the particular genes, proteins, and other substances in a person’s body. This approach is also sometimes called personalized medicine or personalized care.

Health Wearables

Wearable technology in healthcare includes electronic devices that consumers can wear. In healthcare, the Wearable IoT is a network of patient-worn smart devices (e.g., electronic skin patches, ECG monitors, etc.), with sensors, actuators and software connected to the cloud that enable collection, analysis and transmitting of personal health data in real time.

Artificial Organs

Generally, an artificial organ is an engineered device that can be implanted or integrated into a human body—interfacing with living tissue—to replace a natural organ, to duplicate or augment a specific function or functions so the patient may return to a normal life as soon as possible.

3D Printing

3D printing in medicine can be used to print organ models. These could also be helpful for patient education and pre-operative planning for surgeons.

Just recently, scientists are using a combination of MRI and ultrasound imaging. Along with 3D-printing technology to help doctors prepare for fetal surgeries.