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    getting lost, the ID will be a great help trying to finding it for the reason that someone may see the information on the ID and bring the pet back to the owner safely. An additional way a dog owner can track down their pet is by implanting an electronic chip tag on their dog. A microchip implant contains a radio transmitter and an electronic device holding the animal’s ID. The chip is about the size of a large grain of rice. The chip was mostly used by animal shelters, animal control officers and veterinarians.…

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    The innovation of the RFID chip or the Radio Frequency Identification has been a critical piece of technology that has been around since the 1950’s.. There are several methods of identification, but the most common is to store a serial number that identifies a person or object, and perhaps other information, on a microchip known as identity chip. A microchip implant could be used as a virtual barricade, to limit movement, and even to act as a tag for prisoners. In the realm of medicine, it could…

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    Benefits Of 3D Printing

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    software and technology had emerged from this mechanism and is allowing breakthroughs in many areas in the health field industry. "Medical devices produced by 3D printing include orthopedic and cranial implants, surgical instruments, dental…

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    3d Printing Prosthetics

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    The benefits of 3D printing are not only found within the prosthetic world. 3D printing can be used to create a variety of bodily organs. Currently, 3D printing is being used to make a variety of medical implants. According to Professor David Dean, at Ohio State University, the problems that plagued older technology are a thing of the past. He states that 3D printing has given major hospitals the ability to use specially-printed implants that are customized to each patient. These new implants…

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    Transvaginal Mesh

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    Medical devices function to save and improve the lives of humans across the globe. Sadly, some devices turn out to be defective, leading to new health issues and possibly even death. This occurs when a faulty design prohibits the device from working as intended or when one or more parts of the product are contaminated during manufacturing. As a result of the defect, the patient may find they need to undergo further treatment, often in the form of surgery, and some die as a result of the product…

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    current state of organ transplants, allowing individuals to receive necessary treatment rather than potentially perishing due to lack of acceptable donor or being too low on a transplant list. However, the way an artificial organ breaks down and the way it functions may not be the same as what a person is typically born with, and may be far superior, leading to similar questions as regarding prosthetic limbs (Sifferlin, 2013). Finally, the issue of what to do with prosthetic limbs and artificial…

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    Prosthetic Implants

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    With the machines, with solid clinical credentials and motivations researchers are developing a new set of technologies that will soon be adapted into the human body wholesale in the ways the inventors did not originally imagine. Today there tens of thousands of peoples walking around with implants that connect electronic directly to their nervous systems Theses peoples have accepted they are better off becoming a hybrid, part human, part machine, than staying purely human. Before long they…

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    the University of Missouri, states that, “It’s different from even when you design a car or a bike because here you are talking about somebody’s heart, and if failure happens — that’s the end of that life (French).” This statement is a perfect explanation of why the work of biomedical engineers around the globe is so important. New surgical procedures are produced quite frequently. Behind these new procedures there is most likely a biomedical engineer. Some engineers are still in college while…

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    Advancements of Prosthetics Over the Years 1 in 190 Americans are currently living with the loss of a limb, in the year 2005 1.6 million people were living with the loss of a limb (Langtree,2016). Therefore, prosthetics have advanced due to the change to lighter material, the change in mobility (movement),and the design has become more productable and useful for the amputee. “The evolution of prosthetics is a long and storied history, from its primitive beginnings to its sophisticated present,…

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    them from being able to recognize different pitches of sound, or how loud or soft a sound is. This is defined as hearing loss, however, hearing loss comes in many forms and is not all one kind. Deafness is another hearing disability that is similar to hearing loss, but contrasts to it as well. As technology advances, humans are creating devices to help cure these disabilities, or limit the inconvenience these impairments cause. Even though scientists have produced hearing aids and cochlear…

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