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That's all we can do now

That’s all we can do now

The Technique revolutionizes Medicine. “The modus operandi, the method of diagnosis and the way patients are treated have fundamentally changed,” said Antonio Lacey, chief of surgery at Clinique. Its implementation was essential to managing the pandemic, but its possibilities are endless, especially thanks to artificial reality.

“We’re on our way to predictive medicine, which won’t wait until you feel bad, but will warn you before that happens,” said Carlos Iglesias, Runroom’s digital consultant and CEO. But there is more. “It allows direct remote intervention from a distance,” Antonio Lacey noted. Carlos Iglesias also added, the print of “corneas, metallic ribs…”.

The digital consultant wanted to remind us that “we can indeed restore fertility by 3D printing ovaries.” technology and Algorithms They achieve better results, as well as greater safety for patients. “That the patient is undergoing surgery and that he is in the hospital for as little time as possible. Ideally, he should go home and do a remote control,” Lacey said.

If the pandemic has taught us anything, it’s the normalization of television, thanks to technology. It “provides a better patient experience and makes the health system more efficient,” Iglesias noted. Accustomed to nurses, doctors and paramedics, the new “forms” would not be limited to this category of staff.

According to the head of the surgical department of the hospital clinic, he will enter “biostatisticians, mathematicians, biophysicists, bioengineers …”. And although experts are already predicting that there will be more medical advances in the past decade than in the entire twentieth centuryThey agree that the current media is not making the most of it.

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