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Today, medicine has gone very far about the time of Hippocrates.

Surgeons are in opportunities to perform complicated operations create drugs for the successful treatment of various diseases.

The question is – can medicine go beyond that?

Many significant fields could influence possible ways of medicine development in the future. Nevertheless, bionics and biomechatronics will play a crucial role in medicine soon in the future.

Many significant fields could influence possible ways of medicine development in the future. Nevertheless, bionics and biomechatronics will play a crucial role in medicine soon in the future. Robotics in medicine allows surgeries perform with fewer incisions, reduced trauma to the patient, reduced risk of infection, and faster recovery – quicker return to everyday life.

Below, read more about possible ways of medicine development in the future.

Robotics in medicine

The use of robots in operations is one of the most important fields of modern medicine. New technologies allow the surgery to perform by creating a tiny incision, which significantly reduces the risk of infections, postoperative complications, and human error factors.

The application of robots in surgery h as two roles:

Assistant, where the robot does not perform surgery, but only the functions associated with surgery.

Independent, in which the robot performs the surgery itself.

The advantage of robots about humans is precision. Therefore, we work on systems that combine surgical knowledge and maximum precision. Also, there is the remote control of robotic systems.

Nanorobots will make a complete revolution in medicine development. They will examine and eliminate infections and cell changes. Using molecular markers, they will look for diseased cells to destroy them.

The development of techno medicine will enable the patient to take the pill with sensors, each of which is programmed to search for and kill cancer cells in the body. Healing comes with a therapeutic procedure that the patient would not even feel.

Genetic and epigenetic markers

The development of molecular biology that led to the beginning of the 21st – century sequencing of the human genome has guided the development of modern medicine.

The successful determination of nucleotide in human deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) led to personalized medicine. New findings in human genetics have had an incomparable impact on understanding the etiology and pathogenesis of malignant diseases, on introducing new diagnostic tests, determining the optimal therapies for individual patients, as well as monitoring the success of the application therapy.

In recent decades, significant efforts and resources have invested in molecular genetic studies in human medicine with the aim of shed light on the influence of the genetic basis on the development of cancer, one of the leading causes of death in the world.

Integrating knowledge of genomics, proteomics, and epigenomics will make it easier to identify the genetic factors that lead to the predisposition for the emergence of complex, multi factorial diseases, including cancer.

Personalized medicine

Every man is unique. Although we are all genetically very similar, there are differences in our DNA that make us unique in terms of health, disease, and our response to treatments. The natural variations found in our genes play a significant role in the risk of some diseases.

For the most efficient fight against chronic diseases, it is necessary to provide sustainable health systems, identifying patients who will benefit from receiving a specified type of therapy

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