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Science Technology and Future of Health Care

Science and Technology Experts Team Up for the Future of Health Care

· science,Research,Oded Kariti

These are exciting times, as everyday science and technology researches offer us new insights into different fields like medicine. In order to properly address some of the 21st century’s biggest challenges, we need the world’s best experts to join forces and work together on finding solutions. Driven by his passion for science and technology, Oded Kariti has set on a mission to tackle science and technology together and contribute by making this world a better place. For a long time, both scientists and doctors have predicted that tailoring personalized combinations for the patient’s specific needs will become the future of health care.

Oded Kariti who is an electrical engineer himself believes that such collaboration among engineers, computer scientists, clinicians researchers and information technologists can be extremely beneficial for everyone. In order to address eventual challenges in the way health care is delivered, researchers need to develop and test healthcare devices and systems such as mobile technology, big data analytics, screening technologies and medical robotics. Recently, a small group of engineers, including Oded Kariti meet up with a group of esteemed medicine experts with the intention of developing a revolutionary technology platform for personalized medicine which can accurately identify the optimal drug and dose combination of a patient, throughout the entire course of his or hers treatment.

Producing specifically tailored drug regimen based on information about a person’s physical composition and genetic traits, which could include anything from the condition of some organ to blood pressure is something completely new and unlike any other approach before. Furthermore, Oded Kariti places his trust in this platform because it doesn’t require any time-consuming analysis or complex checkups, and yet it can produce personalized graphs for each and every individual patient, showing precisely how good or bad they respond to a certain treatment. In contrast to the usual “standard” dose that is recommended based on an average respond from all patients in the past, this new approach will allow doctors to make a decision based on those graphs and their own professional judgment, prescribing the right amount of medicine needed, opposed to the current practice where patients end up with either smaller or bigger dosage than what’s needed.

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