3 most promising med tech advancements for 2016

The year has just began and we are already looking towards some of the great advances in healthcare technology. Here are the most promising tech advancements of this year.

1.     Nanobots in Blood

Using this technology, tiny robots will be able to work like our white blood cells. They will be able to destroy pathogens that cause different diseases. They will work with their sensors and propulsion systems. They will be able to provide more powerful chemotherapy, about 1000 times more than that provided by the drugs today. They won’t cause any side effects also. Some other tasks they will be able to perform include: destroying bacteria, carrying oxygen, repairing cells, etc.

2.     Head Transplants and Mind Transfer

Brainpreservation.org and Google are doing research to find a way to cure diseases and extend life by preserving the brain on another brain or saving them on computers. In a few decades, a supercomputer might be invented which will be able to simulate a human brain at neutral level at a much faster speed compared to our biological brain.

3.     Robotic “Flight Simulator” Surgery

Robotic Surgery Simulator will allow real world views of actual surgeries so that the surgeons can experiment or make mistakes on a simulated environment. This will allow the surgeons to do the task right on the actual environment. As a result, 100% surgeries will turn out to be successful!

Once these technologies are developed, they will become the major breakthrough in the history of medical sciences. With the advancement of technology, people are getting hope to cure diseases and live longer.