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Top 10 New Medical Technologies That Make You Live Longer

Many of us would want to be immortals. Although it is possible in sci-fi movies and even comics, modern day scientists are still working on technologies that might one day allow us to live a thousand years. Today in this article, we will explore top 10 such medical technologies that are helping us live longer.

World’s First Heartless Person

Ever wondered some one dying from heart problem and all at sudden doctors hit up with a strange experimental idea and replace the heart with a pump to save that person. Well that actually happened in the present case to Craig Lewis who was 55 years old and was dying due to abnormal conditions of his heart. A strange but

COMSOL LiveLink for Autodesk Inventor Demo HD – Medical Simulation Pacemaker Electrode

This is a COMSOL LiveLink for Autodesk Inventor Demo – Pacemaker Electrode Power Losss and Resistive Heating Note: This is a user submitted video under “User Submitted” Category. Although the submitted content is moderated, RealityPod does not guarantee the accuracy of information provided in posts of this particular category.

COMSOL LiveLink for Autodesk Inventor Demo – Medical Simulation Pacemaker Electrode

This is a COMSOL LiveLink for Autodesk Inventor Demo – Pacemaker Electrode Power Losss and Resistive Heating Note: This is a user submitted video under “User Submitted” Category. Although the submitted content is moderated, RealityPod does not guarantee the accuracy of information provided in posts of this particular category.

Cardiac Monitoring Goes Wireless

Doctors may soon be able to remotely monitor cardiac activity by simply implanting a micro-electromechanical sensor in post-surgery heart patients. According to senior iSuppli researcher Richard Dixon, an implantable MEMS device with the potential to “revolutionize” cardiac care has already been designed and manufactured by an Atlanta-based company known as CardioMEMS. “The CardioMEMS system features

Top 10 Future Medical Procedures

Whether the goal is better hearing or sharper looks, researchers continue their efforts to improve the features naturegave us. Researchers continue to marvel us with their new technological developments in the field of medical Science. No 10. Next-Gen Hair Transplant Scientists at Atlanta-based Aderans Research Institute are researching a way to create a nearly inexhaustible

Test Method for Using Light to Heal Wounds Successful

In the near future, wounds may be treated with a flash of light. A process called photochemical tissue bonding can replace conventional stitches, staples and glues in repairing skin wounds and even reconnecting nerves and blood vessels. Researchers at Massachusetts General Hospital in the US, working with funds from the Air Force Office of Scientific

Video Scout: For surgeons or James Bond?

At just 3 millimeters in diameter, BC Tech’s Video Scout is one of the smallest medical cameras in the world.

Medical Robot Helps Teach Aspiring Dentists

A robot named Simroid allows dental students to interact with a realistic, robotic patient. Simroid can sense pain, listen to the student, and even talk back to the student, making it a very realistic robot.

10 Critical Engineering Solutions Required From Engineers Today.

Being an engineer is not easy these days. There is a demanding consumer industry which wants the best, and because of that, engineers today need to solve many problems for our future generation.  Recently, BusinessWeek asked several futurists, about the challenges that are critical to overcome. Today, RealityPOD has summarized their answers. These ideas will