(Prosthesis) These prosthetic devices are used to supply a sense of comfort to the amputee that their missing limb is still there, even if it is just a substitute. Prosthetics can improve mobility as well as allow the amputee to stay independent in completing occupational and everyday activities. They are most commonly made out of variations of plastics and lightweight metals like titanium and aluminum, so the amputee feels as though the prosthetic is more limb-like because of its lightweight nature. One of these limbs can cost anywhere from $5,000- $50,000 and will have to be replaced every three to five years, depending on how advanced the prosthetic is. Whereas, when they were first being developed, prosthetics were made out of materials such as wood, rubber, and metal, which would have caused great difficulty while trying to function and live everyday
Introduction Health is one of the most important sectors that contribute to the growth of societies and their prosperity, which is the title of human advancement. The health of the individual and his freedom from diseases means the development of societies and countries, and this is the reason for the growth of most other sectors such as the economy. Most of the world's countries seek to provide the best health services and technology to develop their community members and improve the standard of living. Health and services developed over time after the techniques were primitive , traditional and slow become human perseverance and studies and research to discover what is the latest and provides the finest services Health services have become
It is well acknowledged today that many low-income countries will have considerable difficulties w.r.t healthcare services. The lack of adequate financial investment, the fragmentation of the delivery of health services, and reduced quality are considered key hindrances to the successful employment of health programs. For this reason, the core focus should be on aiding national and regional decision-makers and managers choose effective planned interventions. 2. Dimensions of Quality Any health organization should pursue to make developments in six areas or dimensions of quality.
The 3D printing technology helps us to prepare prefabricated implants or models to mould grafts intraoperatively. This method has become immensely popular as it does not require original bone flap and has produced superior fitting and cosmetic results. 3D printing technology is an evolving branch and its clinical application is growing rapidly. The convenience and affordability of this technology have spurred its adoption in variety of medical fields, especially in planning complex craniofacial reconstructions [14,15]. The procedure for the fabrication of medical models (templates) consists of multiple
Healthcare is a key component in national development which all governments have to set as a high priority. As the saying goes, a healthy nation is a wealthy nation. Without quality healthcare the working force will be unproductive hence a dwindling economy. Ensuring quality healthcare is a never ending process. Policy makers, bureaucrats and health personnel have to understand their environment, adopt to change, implement plans and many more.
Typically, evidence based practice critiques the research findings, quality improvement data and expert opinion to single out the most appropriate approaches of improvement. On the other hand, clinical research uses the existing methods and processes in the search for improvement i.e. it is based on the opinions and tradition and nothing can be done more. Indeed, the core business of the healthcare planners is to always make improvements on quality and efficiency of healthcare services. Thus, engaging in meetings where opinions, researches and other relevant knowledge is shared allows comprehensive learning, effective research and crafting or invention of better approaches to ensure patients and nurses enjoy the services and the health care environment as implied by Munhall (2012) and Torrey et al.
The customers, health care professionals and assisting organizations are integral part of health care system of the state. Every system has important objectives or goals to deliver heath care to its people. First and foremost goal is accessibility of health care to every individual of the state equally with stated standards with respect to its quality. Another major goal is to be cost effective system for the people of the state. Below listed are important components which are important for health care to function.
The development of advanced technology has changed our life in a number of aspects. Among all the advanced technology, the invention of robots serves as the most proud innovation of human beings in that the functions of robots can be strikingly similar to real humans’ and even transcend human beings’ abilities. Thus, people always substitute the robot for manpower to get engaged in something hazardous or to surmount difficulties people cannot solve, such as to detect whether the bomb is dangerous or not, to investigate whether there are some living creatures in other planets, to examine whether the materials are poisonous or not, to sweep the mines in the battlefield and so on. In addition, many types of robots are also created to deal with humans’ trifles. For example, some robots can sweep the floor or brush the toilet for people while some can take care of pets or look after the house.
Health equity has become an increasingly popular research topic during the past 25 years. The increased popularity as a research topic reflects that a growth of interest in health equity on the part of policy makers, donors, non-government organizations (NGOs), and other stakeholders. Hundreds of published papers on the health equity have uncovered that many countries in the world have been implementing the reforms of the healthcare systems, in ways which are management systems of the healthcare are being improved and modernized financially and technically. The main aim of the reforms in most low and developing countries is to provide universal health coverage to the citizens. The universal health coverage (UHC) refers to securing the