We run, get weak, and fall but the ability to stand again and continue the race is what makes it called “living” – Mhizdarhmey
The health of everything breathing and growing has always been something to be concerned about. Even an engine used daily gets worn out no talk of us humans. The race to get our lives, environment, mindset, and daily activities to a new level has opened the door for everlasting stresses.
We run to work daily, work till evening or nightfall, run home to fix meals for ourselves or our family, take care of chores, and also try to finish the work we couldn’t finish or do in the daytime, and the moment the morning strikes we get back to the same routine – what a chaotic cycle!
Medicine has existed for ages and the race of its betterment is still going on strong. From the moment some talented and capable humans were able to discover that there must be a cure for any illness, the race to extend human lives and keep them in great continuous began.
Hippocrates, Galen, and some other physicians have done a great deal of work in experimenting with the human system and how it works. Great scientists (biochemists, anatomists, surgeons, etc.) have also contributed their share towards medicine to become what it is today. We came from chewing and grinding herbs, taking fruits and concoctions, broths, tonics, tablets, and injections to surgery.
Modern medicine has gone beyond what an ordinary man can comprehend especially the surgery aspect. Technology has branched into chips in its share of help in constantly producing machines, engines, tools, equipment, etc. to enhance modern medicine. The heartbeat of man can be calculated, heard, and detected through a stethoscope, what is going on inside the body can be filmed by x-ray machines, the MRI machines help take pictures of the brain and detect any fault, how fascinating is technology!
Now this day, technology goes out of their comfort zone to invent robots so they can help in medicine, especially in surgery. These robots are designed to make surgery faster, more accurate, and successful, and less tedious. Brain surgeons (neurosurgeons) can testify to this wonder because the brain being the most delicate and sensible organ has been limited to certain surgeries. After all, any slight mistake, brush, or touch on some parts can paralyze a part of the body due to the neurons being connected to it but robots have proved smarter and efficient than humans and can make macro incisions without touching the delicate parts.
Although the robots are very useful and efficient, they are still controlled by humans on what to do and where to go, any wrong command can be life-threatening to the patient on the table. These AI robots have high-quality computer software that gives them knowledge of every aspect and makes it error-free.
These robots are also used for diagnosing patients, treating them, and even taking care of them. They perform faster, cheaper, and excellent medical care than humans themselves and this has given doctors and nurses a breather in running around and kept from being overly exhausted.
Some robots have even helped in the development of drugs, vaccines, injections, fluids, etc. tc for various health problems, and humans can’t be thankful enough. It would have been great if we could save our loved ones – perhaps, if they came faster but humans will still be thankful for their existence, and technology is not done unraveling and displaying what it has up its sleeves. Who knows if robots will take over every job, even consulting in the medical aspects shortly.