Health and technology, the future of digital clones and organ mapping

Health and technology, the future of digital clones and organ mapping

This is reflected in the “TECHMeets Report: Towards the human use of technology” by. International University of Valencia (VIU)analyzes the impact of technology in the health sector, as well as in the industry, business and environmental sectors.

To do this, it doesn’t just collect data like those of Í.European Patent Office Patent Index 2021This shows that Spain has set a new record in European patent applications of national origin and has achieved the highest growth rate of the last decade (8.9%), as well as 15 technological trends that they confirm will revolutionize the future of the tissue development business.

Concerning the healthcare sector, the report states that technology is essential for the prevention of certain diseases as well as accelerating the work of physicians and computing and artificial intelligenceadditional big dataIt is necessary for information processing and allows early diagnosis.

also aims to develop personalized medicine “As a result of the big bang genetic sequencing technologies” assists in precise diagnosis based on the sequencing of a person’s DNA to obtain all their genetic data.

It also talks about the treatments available for each patient and the processing of digital data to “determine and predict the patient’s condition based on the effect of a mutation at the phenotypic level.”

And he points out that “the health crisis caused by covid-19 is driving digitalization in all sectors”.

Medicine has benefited significantly from evolution medical Imaging encompasses specialties such as radiology, ultrasound, tomography or magnetic resonance imaging.

Thanks to these, inserts the text, small body parts are observed in high resolution.

However, current technological development means that more and more hospitals are dependent on two types of disruption that not only speeds up the work of doctors, but also encourages the way doctors analyze injuries and therefore their decisions, prevention against the specific future. diseases.

Health and technology: disruptions

These cuts are:

Computational Imaging: A technique that combines data collection and processing to create an image of an object by indirect means to obtain additional information such as enhanced resolution and 3D reconstruction, i.e. three-dimensional.

In this way, the health sector can take images via computer and enable the doctor to make a decision after knowing in detail the status of the lesion, what it consists of, how aggressive it is, or what its main components are.

Artificial intelligence: are machine learning or deep learning development algorithms that enable more and more information to be obtained in a short time with higher quality, more accuracy and robustness.

This helps to study a larger number of patients and therefore to do this in a more reproducible way.

“Computing and artificial intelligence added to big data are indispensable for information processing and allow doctors with useful information to know how tissues work with great precision and micron resolution, without having to touch the patient. their organization, their quality, or the changes and abnormalities that occur, thereby promoting the early and accurate diagnosis of certain pathologies with the most appropriate treatment option”.

VIU report

The development of personalized medicine is the result of the big explosion in genetic sequencing technologies that make it possible to analyze genetic profiling, your lifestyle, or what factors increase your risk of developing a disease.

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Devices, replicas, and clones

This preventive or predictive medicine, in addition to its individualisation, is now achieved thanks to important diagnostic technologies such as:

Genetic sequencing technologies: digital clone

Based on artificial intelligence and predicted to grow by more than 41% in the next five years, this technological solution aims to create a digital clone of an organ or even a patient’s entire body from the millions of personal data collected. through various health examinations updated on a recurring basis.

Precision medicine can benefit from the use of this technology to prevent a disease, reach a more accurate diagnosis, or even test certain treatments and observe how a patient responds to a particular drug or treatment.

wearables

They are smart electronic devices placed in a part of the human body to monitor some physiological variables of the patient in real time.

Thanks to these, the patient becomes an active subject in the control of his own health status, supported by 4.0 technologies such as artificial intelligence that provides information on blood pressure, sleep patterns or similar issues. sedentary lifestyle.

In this way, early diagnosis can be made, personalized treatment or chronic diseases can be managed.

Device miniaturization

This advancement includes the creation of small-sized wireless sensors that can be inserted into living cells of the human body to monitor a patient’s health status through changes that the cell undergoes over time.

The result of this innovation is the ability to prevent and identify the most appropriate treatment.

computer mapping system

The development of this non-invasive technology serves to produce a heart map in real time without the need for patient intervention.

The aim with this is to predict a cardiac anomaly, as this interactive map shows the critical points of arrhythmia in any region of the heart.

As a result, the document VU On health and technology, he argues that technology should be put at the service of people, that the digital emergency should be faced, “adopting a perspective that puts people at the center of technological development, and all these with a social, inclusive, humanistic vision and sustainable, thus, digital transition strengthens human rights”.

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