Computers have been known to play an important role in medical technology these days. We see computers being used in getting results from laboratory exams and digital imagery through radiological services. And it seems that medicine is making another statement as far as bone replacement is concerned as computers are once again called to aid doctors and physicians into making the proper assessments prior to actually making hip replacements to patients that require it.
Engineers from the Fraunhofer Institute for Machine Tools and Forming Technology IWU in Dresden and the University of Leipzig are trying to automate a computer to predict where best to place screws in a given patient’s bone tissue.
Hip replacements are not a simple measure and place methodology. Medical factors that include assessing and closer monitoring of where they can be safely placed is a need. Thanks to computers, this can be done with the close-ups and digital imaging, avoiding problems that can lead towards improper replacements and cause a lot of pain as far as medical attention to patients is concerned.
Medical technology has made it easier for all of us. Rather than purely a logical alternative, computers have lowered the issue of assessments and marginal room for errors. Though not 100% accurate, you can just imagine the breakthrough that people have done as far as aiding medical technology. However, rest assured that medicine can expect more technological assistance from computers in the following years.