Med Technology Gadgets

The other day, I was using Google to help seek out some of the newer technologies that are becoming available in the world of medicine and most specifically, Orthopaedics and Spine.

After I found the website I was looking for, another website stood out from the rest and essentially asked me to “click” on it.

This site, called medgadget.com bridges the gap between science fiction and reality. Some of the cutting edge technologies that are included are:

Neurosurgery

Medicine

Nanomedicine

Military Medicine

and so on …

Although not confirmed whether these are evidence-based medicine or not, the realization that these technologies are transforming how medicine is approached is not too far off from Star Trek to reality.

Check out this website below:

www.medgadget.com

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