Wednesday, October 06, 2004

Cyborg Health Surveillance (Implantable Sensors)

TheFeature :: Implantable Sensors and the Doctor In Your Pocket
Cyborg wealthius may soon have an evolutionary advantage over the common cyborg and disappearing ordinary JoBlow humanus.
"In the future, your cell phone will diagnose you based on bio-data transmitted from sensors under your skin.

The human body is like a car. Take care of it, and it might even last a lifetime. If it has problems you may have to bring it to the mechanic, your doctor. Once you're there, though, the knocks and pings always seem to disappear, leaving you with a lot of explaining to do. Ideally, for treatment's sake anyway, your physician would follow you around and do an instant examination at the moment a symptom rears its ugly head. That's the idea behind UbiMon, a wireless sensor network of medical-monitoring devices that will eventually be implanted right into the body."

1 Comments:

Blogger stacey said...

Wow, that's really creepy. And I thought regular doctors were invasive.

8:15 PM  

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