How are new medical technologies being used to improve diagnosis and treatment of diseases?

Introduction Artificial Intelligence The Dark Side The Rise of Mobile Health Telemedicine Virtual Reality Internet of Medical Things Digital Twins Blockchain Cloud Computing Nanotechnology 3D Printing Primary Disease Prevention Neural Chips Big Data Analysis Big Data Analysis Conclusions References Further reading. There can be many ways in which technology influences health care in general and the concept of illness in particular. First, according to a common narrative, technology has eradicated many diseases, reduced the prevalence of others and improved the health of the human race. Technology has great potential to reduce disability and preventable deaths, improve quality of life and prolong lives of good quality 6.In other words, technology alters the onset of diseases.

Secondly, it has been argued that technological development alters the physical and social environment of humanity, creating new diseases. Life in modern urban societies causes man to develop new diseases. 7 Thirdly, modern medicine has become dependent on and altered by the technical arsenal it applies. The content and configuration of your knowledge has changed.

In both theory and practice, technology seems to constitute medical activity and its basic concepts. A new approach aimed at PSMA for prostate cancer. A novel treatment to lower LDL cholesterol. These are some of the innovations that will optimize and change healthcare next year, according to an expert panel comprised of doctors and researchers.

As has been argued, technology constitutes the signs, markers and assessment points that define the entities of the disease and greatly influences the explanatory models of the disease and the way in which medical knowledge, that is, medical taxonomy, is organized.