Seamless and empowering
Progress in health technology has paved the way for new possibilities, for those who previously have had limited to no treatment and management options. Managing chronic illness, like cardiac disease, can be complex, to say the least, and technology is helping ease the burden and mitigate the stress that handling a chronic condition can bring. The advent of minimally invasive cardiac devices, like transcatheter aortic valve implantation system, for instance have simplified and streamlined treatment and provide hope for those who are in higher-risk categories and cannot opt for traditional, more invasive procedures like open-heart surgery. These advancements are enabling people to recover and reclaim their lives faster. Tech is also bringing back a sense of control; remote monitoring systems today allow doctors and patients alike to detect issues and initiate timely action. It provides peace of mind and enables a proactive and connected approach to healthcare.
Intuitive and intelligent
Accessibility to information and the means to understand our bodies make all the difference in managing our health. And futuristic sensor-based wearables help with that and more! Intuitive tools like continuous glucose monitors provide insights about our health markers like glucose levels in real-time, enabling us to understand our body and its needs better. They help us take charge of our health concerns, track progress, gauge the effects of adjustments to our diets and activity levels, and provide assurance that we are being looked after… enabling us to live our best lives.
Balanced and supportive
What is human-focused healthcare if not supportive? Advancements like nutritional supplements are helping us build the foundation for good health. They help bring in what we sometimes lack and ensure that we have options to nourish the body in a balanced and healthy manner. Whether it is to support healthy growth during early years, balance out day-to-day health goals or as a therapeutic tool for those with chronic illnesses, science-based aids like supplements can help bridge the gaps. The use of supportive health products like nutritional supplements are also immensely helpful in tackling public health challenges like malnutrition, on a larger socio-economic scale.
Healthcare today is collaborative, connected and far-sighted, much like the many inspiring initiatives undertaken by the World Health Organization (WHO) over the decades. And it is getting even more so. The creation and utilization of technologies that once seemed like a dream, are empowering innovation, reaching the unreachable and making health possible for all!
Disclaimer: The information mentioned in this document is only suggestive /for patient education and shall not be considered as a substitute for doctor’s advice or recommendations from Abbott. Please consult your doctor for more information.