Artificial Intelligence: Changing the Medical Ecosystem to Offer Better Diagnosis

Dr. Ruchi Gupta, Founder & CEO, 3hcare.inAutomation through AI has made the health care industry more efficient and sustainable. Not only does this improve the recovery time with no post-operative complications in patients, but also makes the work of the surgeon easy. AI has always been a boon for the surgeon who helps them with high accuracy that helps in optimizing their performance at any time.

The following are some of the latest techniques that have been proven to help doctors :

1.3D Printing

The application of 3D printing has seen a rapid increase in the area of medical intervention and diagnosis, and artificial intelligence is changing the industry. The technique helps the surgeon to understand the anatomy of the organ, which makes it easier for better diagnostics and understanding. 3D imagery of any imaginative shape can be printed with very high precision, which helps doctors easily analyze the most complex creative models.
The size of the heart valve is different for each person, which makes it difficult for the surgeon to identify the exact size. In the case of pediatric cardiology, where complicated cardiovascular diseases require precise constructive description for better interpretation and correct intervention. This technique helps to make accurate copy of the heart, which is otherwise the most complicated part of the inspection.

Traditional methods may require re-intervention in some cases, where this model eliminates them and provides small cardiopulmonary bypass times, time of circulation arrest, and reduced residual lesions. Quick improvements and short post-operatives have been such an improvement for operating room. In addition to plan complex interventions in congenital heart disease, coronary artery disease, and surgical and catheter-based structural illness, it has many applications in different areas of medical science.

Usually this method is popular in planning cardiovascular, spine and other orthopedic procedures. Through the translation of X-ray, MRI, or CT scan, any organ or tissue can be made in virtually any imaginative geometry.

• Neurosurgery - In case of cranial implants, where size is irregular and almost unimaginable, this model provides standardization. Plate is required to be fixed with perfection, and 3D printing makes it easier to customize, fit and design.
• Orthopedics - In standard cases, standard implants can not be adequate and therefore the ability to produce custom transplants and prostheses solves a clear and persistent problem in orthopedics. Previous methods were time consuming and were not so precise that the transplantation needed to be modified in the desired size and size.
• Tissue and organ - Limitations of limbs for transplantation is one of the major issues in India and with the advent of this technique, the chances of losing life can be reduced. This tissue will reduce the risk of rejection, as well as reduce the need to take lifetime immunosuppressants.

2.Robotic O-Arm

O-Arm is a progressive and an innovative surgical imaging system that allows surgeons to perform minimal backbone surgery with greater accuracy and most important safety. It looks like an imaging system that acts like a GPS to help in the path of the surgeon during surgery for precision and precision. Also known as' o-arm, 360 degree robotic arm, this is the latest technological progress which is revolutionizing the field of neurosurgery.

The imaging system is connected to a computer navigation which allows the surgeon to see the structure of the entire spinal cord in real time. For O-Arm Surgeon, there is a boon for the success, planning and confirming of alcohol as soon as the patient leaves the operating room.

The robotic system has the ability to eliminate tissue and muscle disruption, blood loss during surgery, and post-operative malformations, which makes patients safe with better results and recovery.

Apart from this, the setup can not be completely transferred to any desired location at any time, so it becomes useful for parallel interventions. The patient's access to the surgeon increases with optimum conditions and workflow. In addition, high power magnification helps to capture the most intricate anatomy of the vertebra bone and veins for better visibility and intervention, which is essential for the safe and effective performance of a surgeon.

3. CyberKnife

Cyberknife Radiation Surgery is available for the treatment of high-end dose radiation therapy as well as cancer of non-cancer and other diseases, which is available with the help of accurate beam of high-dose radiation. It is not a pain and there is no risk day care care, in which patients get discharged immediately after the session ends and therefore, no hospitalization is taken. Treatment directly uses a sophisticated image guidance system to beam the high dose of radiation on your tumor. This is most useful in those cases which are especially difficult to reach in the brain or lungs.

M6 CyberKnife is a very precise device that not only diagnoses but also treats any type of tumor. This prevents cancer cells from multiplying. In fact, the purpose of radiation therapy is to destroy harmful cells whereas healthy cells have to reduce the loss.
CyberKnife is a non-invasive, real-time motion tracking technique for accurate delivery of high-dose radiation therapy. Instead of heavy head frames, cybercaneph patients are given soft, trap mask during treatment. In addition, the treatment with cybercanef is flexible; Imaging is done a few days prior to which radiation oncologist is left with enough time to design and finalize a customized treatment plan.