Future of Intelligent and Extelligent Health Environment: by R.G. Bushko

By R.G. Bushko

The expertise on our physique, in our physique and throughout us complements our future health and health and wellbeing from belief to demise. Human physique and the realm within which it services is a continually altering complicated adaptive procedure. we can acquire an increasing number of information approximately it however the genuine problem is to deduce neighborhood dynamics from that info. clever worrying Biomechatronic Creatures and Healthmaticians (mathematicians serving human health and wellbeing) have a greater probability of inferring the dynamics that should be understood than human physicians. people can in simple terms procedure conveniently 3 dimensions whereas desktops can see limitless variety of dimensions. we are going to have to belief the disbursed community of healthons, clever worrying Creatures, and NURSES (New Unified source approach Engineers) to create future health Extelligence. we'd like new vocabulary to push ahead in a brand new manner. for example; healthons are instruments combining prevention with analysis and remedy in line with non-stop tracking and reading of our important symptoms and biochemistry.

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Types of Health Care Technology It is important to be clear about what constitutes “health care technology”. 1 A laundry list of some new technologies recently deployed in the health care field might look something like this. Type Example Diagnostic Fetal monitor Automated clinical laboratories Magnetic resonance imaging Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) Liver transplant Autologous bone marrow transplant Renal dialysis Pacemaker PCTA (angioplasty) Hip joint replacement Organ transplant Lithotripter Implantable automatic cardioverter-defibrillator Pediatric orthopaedic repair Vaccines for immunization Computerized physician order entry (CPOE) Telemedicine Electronic medical records Intensive care unit (ICU) Outpatient surgery centers Modern home health care Managed care Integrated delivery systems Preferred provider organizations Survival (life threatening) Illness management Cure Prevention System management Facilities and clinical settings Organizational delivery structure However, this list is a little too large and diverse to grapple with effectively.

It is important to note that some medical technologies have produced measurable cost savings. Some examples are: 14 DTC Perspectives Magazine. January 13, 2005. Are We Really Spending So Much? ). K. 1982. The Cost and Regulation of Medical Technology: Future Policy Directions. In Technology and the Future of Health Care, ed. B. McKinlay, 69–103. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press. , C. Mueller, P. Neumann, S. Franco, M. Milet, L. Silver, and G. Wilensky. 2001. The Impact of Medical Technology on Future Health Care Costs.

8 Patent classes 424 and 514 – drug, bioaffecting, and bodytreating compositions, and class 435 – chemistry, molecular biology, and microbiology. S. S. Colleges and Universities, Utility Patent Grants, 1969–2001 (Washington, DC, 2001). ). M. 2001. “How Interested Are Americans In New Medical Technologies? A Multicountry Comparison”. Health Affairs 20 (5): 194–201. B. Moseley III / The Prospects for Medical Technology in the Next Decade 19 they are “very well informed” about new medical discoveries, versus 12% of Europeans.

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