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As technology advances, such as the Ultrasound Machine, more and more different applications come out to save lives and help people. For example, it can now detect heart abnormalities in fetuses early enough that you can avoid abortion unless it is necessary for the mother’s health. The development of this machine has led to innovation in Ultrasound Imaging which can be used on organs other than the heart, such as the kidney or lungs.

  1. Stereolithography (SLS)

SLS is a technique where a laser is used to solidify plastic resin into a specific three-dimensional shape that you can fill with other materials. It allows for creating an organ or other body part that you can make to mimic its natural surroundings by replicating its collagen and endothelial cell structure, which are the main components of human tissue

  1. 3D Printing

The way that the field of medicine is advancing is by using 3D printing technology to create bones that can be implanted into injured soldiers or people who have been born with deformities. It allows for the replacement of damaged tissue and creating joints and other structures. It is also used to make prosthetic limbs that are better able to blend in with the body than other artificial limbs, allowing for a natural movement of parts not replaceable by plastic.

  1. Virtual Reality

Virtual reality is a computer-based simulation of an environment, either real or imagined, in which a person can interact with the objects of that environment. This technology allows doctors to practice surgeries on virtual bodies and organs in reality. It helps to avoid the risk of mistakes and the costs associated with practicing repeatedly. Also, it allows for more opportunities to practice difficult procedures before they are performed on actual patients.

  1. Optical Coherence Tomography

Optical coherence tomography (OCT) is a noninvasive imaging technique utilizing light to observe tissue structures. It allows for the observation of structures within tissues in high resolution. You can use it to observe and analyze abnormalities that may be cancerous or otherwise harmful. This technology has made diagnosis easier by allowing doctors to see internal structures and tissues without invasive procedures like x-rays or biopsies.

The field of medicine has always been advancing and learning. From the first time doctors used speculum until now, they have been able to see more things in a short period than ever before. It can be attributed to the fact that they have access to more and new technologies and can treat patients faster, which leads to a better outcome.