Post Mortem

The future of medical centres in Nagaland

By Nagaland Post | Publish Date: 9/11/2019 11:28:43 AM IST

 It is quite reassuring to know that the medical facilities in our state are increasing in its efficiency. Why you ask- because what areas we covered on the grounds previously, was tough to bear. Hardly the memories evades when patients were ironically ill-diagonized or mis-prescribed or made to attend several rounds of visits because the doctors couldn’t pinpoint the exact cause of the symptoms or the disease itself. 

It is good though now; improving, or more could be definitely an onus for public health-care. 
I may be crossing the line here knowing that this is Nagaland, and not some advanced city-state, but I only intrigue because we are no less human than lucky them.
Modern medical fields offer many state-of-the-art techs for easy and early detection of tumors or defects in the body. It was only a few years back when CAT scans were brought to our state centres — the rest I leave it to your imagination, how inconvenient the patients had to en route.
In current age, even 3d printing of major organs are gaining momentum, which would lead to aux-transplants to prolong and span healthy life. 
It is only a matter of few years until this research will pan out and be made avail. Bionics have already reached high level of performances and substituting prosthetic limbs. 
Gene therapy (modifying DNA to prevent disease). Hormones for heart: this space is increasingly breaking-through where chronic heart patients had shorter deadlines. 
Surgeries are also undertaken by robots in some procedures where precise incision from anatomy to ligaments, exceeds human sense of motor control. Plus- the avant garde is dramatically influenced to curate the “patient-vicinity” zones, where advanced exhibitory facility like virtual and holographic contrivance settings are installed to communicate in mind and spirit with the people.
The ground of a patient waiting long hours of rush have become steady and declined-- because of modern computing system, RSVP of chronic patients, instant or up-to-speed piloting Emergency-Motors, helicopter services even-- which are not directly associated with patient services, but this oversees that any agonizing or promptly distressed situations are issued from every possible length. 
The more vulnerable section of the society: the children and the women (in the spectrum) health are also more methodically monitored and assessed for a balanced and proactive diagnosis as compared to older methods, in Nagaland.
Enhanced machines means, cost saving treatment, leading us to generate more innovative capital for/in our daily uses, aside from other investments. 
Can more intertwining of methodical apparatus and ideas be introduced in our State, is a scoop for a long lasting du jour.
Michael Lotha
 

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