Medicine is taking on futuristic changes as technology begins to play an even bigger role in our lives and also in our health. Google recently patented a contact lens which can help diabetes management by measuring blood glucose levels from tears. New developments are helping make healthcare cost effective in certain rural regions as new medical robots are reducing the need to have numerous doctors on-site for medical checkups. The world’s first artificial pancreas has also been approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, a device which replicates the functions of an otherwise healthy and normal pancreas to help diabetes patients lead an easier life. And surgical robots are expected to change the way surgeons operate come 2020. These inventions are only but a few in the world of medicine today.
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