Do You Ever Wonder How Machines Help Doctors?

Do you ever wonder just how machines help doctors? Modern medicine has come a long way in the last century, and technology has had much to do with this. For that matter, technology has come a long way in just the past 20 years. In the early to mid-90s, an ingrown toenail would mean outpatient surgery and weeks on crutches. Now doctors take care of it half the time with a simple pill. Modern manufacturing can take credit for some of that.

How machines help doctors breaks down a lot along the lines of diagnosis, treatment, and assistive devices. Diagnostic machines range across a spectrum of devices, from tools that measure blood pressure to X-ray and CT-scan machines that can look inside the human body. Ultrasound devices let soon-to-be parents get an idea of how their child looks months before the actual birth takes place.

Regarding treatment, necessary monitoring machines during surgical procedures help doctors keep track of a patient’s vitals, like pulse, respiration, body temperature, and even oxygen levels in the blood. Laser treatments and video cameras help doctors get into the human body through ever-smaller openings, meaning less recovery time and scarring for the patients.

Sometimes, a machine performs the bulk of a surgery. While this has been the case for years in the eye surgery field, featuring surgeons like DavidGartry, it is now becoming the case in many cancer-ridding procedures as well.

Perhaps the area most familiar to the average citizen is the group of machines that help patients with their day-to-day lives. Motorized scooters and wheelchairs help paralyzed individuals get around. CPAP machines help those with respiratory-impaired people sleep through the night without choking to death. Dialysis machines help those with kidney problems live longer than they would have generations ago.

Fitness bands like FitBit are machines that help doctors nowadays not only help patients monitor conditions and stay alive, but help get fit and healthier. Technology is not all there is to modern medicine, but there are many ways how machines help doctors with their patients.

Make Your Political Voice Heard Online Via Many Platforms

There hasn’t been another time in recent history when more people have wanted to make their political voice heard. There was a new high point when Barack Obama was running for President of the USA during his first term, but now this is something completely different. Donald Trump, a billionaire businessman, is running for President and is close to getting his party’s nomination.

Whether or not he does, the Republican establishment is now divided and sparsely represented. Not only that, but there is something big going on with the Democratic Party at the moment, too. It may be overshadowed by the things going on in the Republican Party, but you’ve still got some huge news. It’s time to get your political voice heard! Sound your voice!

First off, there is Hillary Clinton, who has ran for President before and who is a former first lady with her husband, former President Bill Clinton. However, she is close to getting the nomination this time, and if elected, would be the first woman President in history. That would be huge! And then there is Bernie Sanders.

Now, if you want to make your political voice heard, you need first to look to social media. Think about how the politicians are all talking on social media about everything nowadays. Twitter is one of the powerhouses. Tweet to the politicians, tweet using significant political hashtags, grows a following of like-minded political enthusiasts and more. You can also engage with them on Facebook.

There are also political news sites, including the most popular news sites out there in general, and there are blogs. You can put out information on your website as well if you want your political voice heard. As you can tell, it’s quite easy to get the job done online these days. And people pay attention to what others say online about politics.

Examining the Slavery of the Two Party System

There’s no question that the American electorate is suffering right now because there is only a two-party system. What many people don’t realize is that this was never the intention of the original Constitution. There weren’t even really political parties in the beginning, and there haven’t always just been two. While there are technically dozens of political parties, the Democrats and Republicans have such a tight grip that no one makes serious inroads outside of these parties.

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If one needs any more evidence that the two party system looks at the previous independent parties that had massive power for a year or years, but now don’t exist or mine as well not exist: the Reform Party, Whig Party, Dixiecrat Party, the Bull Moose Party. Many of these parties had candidates who won states in Presidential elections yet don’t exist or mine as well not. Other groups, like the Socialist Party, which once had a strong following, was absorbed by Democrats during FDR’s time in office as the Democrats went further left.

The problem with a two party system is how easy it is to control. There is no plurality of voices; there is no congressional representation for the 19% of people who voted for Ross Perot. They receive nothing at all. Green Party and Libertarian voters receive no representation at all despite consistently having large followings.

The same donors control both parties through financial contributions and even worse, refusing to let other individuals participate on the same level creates a situation where an aloof party allegiance is more important than representing the people they’re supposed to be representing the state. How can a Congress with a 10% approval rate still have members win 80-85% re-election? Because of gerry-rigging and a two party system that truly takes away from choice.

Examining the Slavery of the Two Party System

There’s no question that the American electorate is suffering right now because there is only a two-party system. What many people don’t realize is that this was never the intention of the original Constitution. There weren’t even really political parties in the beginning, and there haven’t always just been two. While there are technically dozens of political parties, the Democrats and Republicans have such a tight grip that no one makes serious inroads outside of these parties.

This Gravatar profile shows more.

If one needs any more evidence that the two party system looks at the previous independent parties that had massive power for a year or years, but now don’t exist or mine as well not exist: the Reform Party, Whig Party, Dixiecrat Party, the Bull Moose Party. Many of these parties had candidates who won states in Presidential elections yet don’t exist or mine as well not. Other groups, like the Socialist Party, which once had a strong following, was absorbed by Democrats during FDR’s time in office as the Democrats went further left.

The problem with a two party system is how easy it is to control. There is no plurality of voices; there is no congressional representation for the 19% of people who voted for Ross Perot. They receive nothing at all. Green Party and Libertarian voters receive no representation at all despite consistently having large followings.

The same donors control both parties through financial contributions and even worse, refusing to let other individuals participate on the same level creates a situation where an aloof party allegiance is more important than representing the people they’re supposed to be representing the state. How can a Congress with a 10% approval rate still have members win 80-85% re-election? Because of gerry-rigging and a two party system that truly takes away from choice.

Did you know?

Did you know that society is moving towards a half machine, half human world? Just the other day, scientists in the UK were granted permission to modify embryos in a lab.

They still have to be granted *ethical* permission. How funny is that.

The problem is, this slippery slope is basically unavoidable. If a few people want super human babies, then they will be powerful. Then everyone else will have to have super human babies in order to keep up with the power element.

And eventually everyone will look exactly the same, think identically, and (unless we do it on purpose) there won’t be a lot of genetic differentiation