Ultra-Modern Medicine Paradox Innovation Tribune

Of Many publications have highlighted the interaction between health and innovation; And proven that there is There is no technological reform without health benefits or health benefits without inventing new ideas. Through ultra-modern medicine, we first realize the need for a technologically advanced medicine that is recognized as both efficient and ethical.

A medicine based on the hygiene of communication

Today, the proliferation of social networks and digital means of communication has led to the spread of false information, over-popularization, and the spread of drugs. The e-patient no longer needs communication, to share his knowledge, his experience, his information, to free the truth from falsehood. Of course, innovation has contributed to the evolution of the patient’s place of care. This is how some patients living with chronic diseases become patient specialists …

The “medical patriarchy” that has made the patient a common performer of care functions continues to be transformed into a participatory agreement, especially nowadays, when once deadly diseases are becoming more chronic. It is also in the face of what is called growth Multimodal disease Involvement between patients and carers is needed to “simplify” the diagnosis and, consequently, to make predictions, involving different organs or parts of the human body at the same time.

Omix: An extra weapon in tomorrow’s physician’s arsenal

In medical practice, “Omix” technologies make it possible to understand complex and dynamic biological systems as a whole. The most well-known “omics” are genomics (e.g. genetic variant detection), epigenomics (e.g. DNA methylation), transcriptomics (analysis of gene expression), proteomics (protein analysis) or even metabolism (produced metabolism).

These new techniques make it possible to study the connections between different “omix” markers and a pathology, an environmental cause, an exposure, a treatment response, and so on. Combined with data science, “Omix” technologies make it possible to create new knowledge about the physiopathological process of the disease and to identify new biomarkers associated with these pathologies, representing many new potential therapeutic goals. Studies have shown that drug side effects are the seventh leading cause of hospitalization in Canada and the fourth leading cause of death in the United States. Well-targeted medications may reduce the number of hospital admissions and, consequently, reduce health-related costs. They enable the development and application of new technologies for disease prevention (biosensors, diagnostic equipment, new treatments, etc.).

An ultra-modern drug is a drug that focuses more on aging problems, with the long-term goal of “immortality” and in the short and medium term, the transformation of a cellular slow, in other words, a system that treats disease. Aging is associated with a system that treats aging as a pathology. A drug that focuses more on the smallest details of our brain, the circadian relationship that determines the transition between wakefulness and sleep. A drug that continues to develop neurological aspects for the repair, replacement, and even improvement of our sick and even healthy brains. Ultramodern medicine is a wave of innovation that seeks to create artificial intelligence (AI) machines that “interface” with the human brain and hybridize it, using the infinite mass data available in one. “Cloud / Cloud”.

Ultra-modern medicine is the first step towards transhumanist thinking and growing people.