A myriad of new tools are helping to improve people’s well-being. Drones are streamlining blood deliveries and reducing wastage of blood components in health facilities. An AI system is reducing patient mortality through earlier recognition of sepsis. A portable MRI device that can be delivered to a patient’s bedside provides images of the patient’s brain in minutes. A unique chip which makes it easier to research women’s vaginal health in laboratory settings is modernizing women’s health research. A wearable app uses vibrations to rebalance the nervous system and retrain it to adapt better to stress. An ultra-thin, temporary tattoo can accurately monitor blood pressure for 300 minutes. A treatment called Tzield can delay the onset of insulin-dependent Type 1 diabetes by about two years. Virtual reality is being leveraged to better train medical professionals and improve patient experiences.

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