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Evolution of Healthcare Technology

KSU 1101-45 Suzane Nguyen, Suzanne-Grace Rice, Robert Jackson, Bryan Keller
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Transcript of Evolution of Healthcare Technology

Improved Healthcare
electronic health records

Whats hurting your arm?
Diagnostic Procedures: Past vs. Now
Surgery: Past vs. Now



Evolution of Healthcare Technology

History
Biotechnology emerged when humans began to do things such as: Use plants for medicine and breed plants and animals.
History (cont)
There were different methods used to treat various illnesses that are no longer used. Some of these are:
Present Day Healthcare Technology
Eradication or Virtually Eliminated Diseases through Vaccinations
Polio
Smallpox
Measles
Meningitis
Human Papillomavirus (HPV)

Today, vaccinations easier to obtain, but are more expensive.

Average Life Expectancy
1940s - 65 years old
2013 - 80 years old








Present Day Healthcare Technology
Future of Heathcare Technology
Future Research
1.) Cure Cancer
2.) AIDS
3.) Parkinson’s disease
4.) multiple sclerosis
5.) muscular dystrophy

America vs. Other Countries
America vs Other
Countries
There are around 500,000 medical technologies available today.
Technology continues to grow and prosper.
Unfortunately some countries like Japan never get to commercialize their products.
Suzane Nguyen, Suzanne Grace Rice, Robert Jackson, Bryan Keller
New Technology
1.) Organ Printing/cloning
3.) Blood and Cell nanosensors
4.) Human digitizing

Life Expectancy (2112)
Male average - 90 years
Female Average - 94 years

U.S healthcare costs almost 3x as much than that of the median of industrialized European countries.
U.S citizens travel for healthcare.
U.S. has a higher death rate among elderly.
U.S. has nicer hospitals
Healthcare and Hospitals
Some Examples of technological advancement in the medical field are: the magnifying glass (1250), stethescope (1815), the use of anesthesia (1841), X-ray (1895), electrocardigram (1903), Shock Therapy (1935), Cloning (1952.)
Life Expectancy: 1850: about 38 and in 2000: about 76
Morphine for calming babies
Opium for coughing & digestion
Mercury & arsenic for syphilis treatment
Economics
1.) funding priority
2.) U.S. debt
Certain treatments would have been costly while some would have been more easy to aquire
Diseases
Some diseases that broke out in the 1800s are: Typhoid, Cholera, Tuberculosis, Smallpox, the Bubonic Plague, etc.
Infant mortality rates in the 1900s were actually higher than in the 1800s because Diphtheria, Whooping cough, and Measles killed many babies.
While Smallpox has been eradicated, and the Bubonic Plague no longer devours the population, diseases like malaria, and the flu still affect people worldwide.
Technology
1985
The First Surgical Robot
1981
MRI Scanner
1977
Wireless Heart Rate Monitor
2001
Telesurgery
Present Day Technology
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