Medical Technology and Treatments to Look for in 2021

3. A detection system that predicts cancer.  Some people are more prone to certain cancers if it runs in the family, same with Alzheimer’s disease. Maybe… Trista - April 24, 2021

3. A detection system that predicts cancer. 

Some people are more prone to certain cancers if it runs in the family, same with Alzheimer’s disease. Maybe you have not been diagnoses, but you could in the future. That’s where Axion Resea stepped up with its AXiR engine, which is an early detection system that predicts cancer and early risks for Alzheimer’s disease. It works by predicting the user’s future health analysis of all their disease risks, big data, and test results. 

It’s not only capable of cancer detection. It has an AI-powered engine that can determine a user’s risk for Alzheimer’s disease and other diseases. The company made it easy to understand how to read the visual presentation of the user’s disease risk and their future health; they use risk analyses for chronic and other diseases. They are based on several years of medical data and answers to screening questions. Moreover, it is analyses changes of any test data and overlapping health transition map patterns. Why? To produce someone’s immediate and individualized health programs based on risk factors when using the Axir technology.


2. A touchless thermometer is such a brilliant idea. 

Since Covid 19, thermometers have become a prevalent and essential necessity in people’s homes. A company known as GateDoc took that into account and came up with a brilliant idea for a touchless thermometer. Their thermometers are designed for use by the general public to reduce waiting in lines. That goes for places like restaurants, supermarkets, or gyms. It works by using a touchless sensor to perform a body temperature scan within half a second with an accuracy of about 0.2 degrees Fahrenheit. 

To use the touchless thermometer, visitors place their heads 1 to 4 inches in front of the GateDoc. The forehead temperature scanning method then illuminates a green or red light and sound that determines whether someone can enter a building or not. The device connects through an app. That means managers and owners of facilities can receive alerts when someone with a fever detected at their building entrance. Not only does this make the process of taking someone’s temperature easy. It helps to stop the spread of germs since you don’t have to check your temperature physically. 


1. A CPAP mask selector that can be done from your home.

At CES 2021, Philips is showcasing its CPAP sleep apnea Mask Selector for the first time. The Mask Selector is a clinically validated, 3D facial scanning device that helps healthcare providers fit 9 out of 10 patients with the right sized CPAP mask right from their home. Thus, you don’t have to go to the doctor’s office to fit a CPAP mask. The system is a telehealth solution for sleep apnea. Thankfully for patients, it also reduces the need to be monitored for sleep apnea in-hospital sleep studies. 

The Mask Selector 3D works by capturing 150 pictures of the face. Then, it takes over 100,000 key data points of facial geometry from each image. The data goes through the algorithm of thousands of facial scans from various ethnicities. That way, it can identify the 46,200 points most critical to the mask fitting process. It makes sure that the mask fits each individual just right, without being too loose or too tight. “We can have patients take pictures of their face and give them a mask that fits their face,” Jeroen Tas, who is the chief innovation and strategy officer, said during a CES 2021 press conference. It is essential that you maintain peace and harmony during the pandemic. If you need tips for staying healthy during isolation or quarantine, keep reading.