I tried to wrap my head around 4D imaging; all it did was make my mind hurt at this hour.
The FDA cleared the Microsoft HoloLens for 510(k) clearance to the OpenSight Augmented Reality System. OpenSight is the first AR (augmented reality) application for use in “pre-operative surgical planning.” As outlined in a press release by Novarad, OpenSight uses 2D, 3D, and 4D images overlayed onto patients’ bodies to provide a visual guide on what doctors may encounter internally during surgery.
I’m all for this, especially if it’s covered by Medicare and most major insurances. Anything that puts more controls in the hands of patients that want it, and saves medical costs as well can not be a bad thing.
Smartphones will soon become mobile laboratories which can monitor bone density, calculate red blood cell levels and even predict if an asthma attack is imminent.
I just received a CPAP machine today as I compose this after nearly 3 months of drama diagnosing a condition that was obvious to any medical professional, however due to the setup that the Medical Racket Industry Complex requires all of this adds drama and mega cost to the procedure. I guess someone is getting paid of my humanity.
That is my new look @ sleeping time, less the wires and probes in the photo. It is worse through the entire body and an experience I wouldn’t wish on an enemy. As some of you know, I am a techie, and so in my TL this story came up which shows promise and can eliminate the scourge of the MRIC in the United States.