Non-invasive smart implants in healthcare: Redefining healthcare services delivery through sensors and emerging digital health technologies

Abstract:

The adoption of non-invasive smart implants is inevitable due to recent technological advancements in smart

implants and the increasing demand to provide pervasive and personalized care. The integration of non-invasive

smart implants presents unprecedented opportunities for effective disease prevention, real-time health data

collection, early detection of diseases, real-time monitoring of chronic diseases, virtual patient care, patient tailored treatment, and minimally invasive management of diseases. Even though the research work in this

area is nascent, this study presents the potential benefits and use of non-invasive smart implants in healthcare

while reflecting on the potential challenges and limitations of their utilization. With current technological ad vancements, the adoption of non-invasive smart implants is regaining momentum in managing chronic conditions

and diseases such as cancer, cardiovascular diseases, cognitive impairment; orthopedic surgery, dental surgery;

and managing and remotely monitoring infectious diseases such as the novel coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID 19). However, the full adoption and utilization of non-invasive smart implants still encounter barriers such as lack

of policies and frameworks regulating their use, limited memory space, health consequences and implants' failure,

clinical challenges, health hazards imposed by non-invasive smart implants, health data security, and privacy

risks. Therefore, there is a need for robust security and privacy measures as well as the formulation of policies

guiding the development and use of non-invasive smart implants. With the gained experience from smart implants, the next generation of non-invasive smart implants may include sophisticated modern computational

techniques that can analyze health data and suggest adequate therapeutic actions

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APA

Goabaone, G (2024). Non-invasive smart implants in healthcare: Redefining healthcare services delivery through sensors and emerging digital health technologies. Afribary. Retrieved from https://afribary.com/works/non-invasive-smart-implants-in-healthcare-redefining-healthcare-services-delivery-through-sensors-and-emerging-digital-health-technologies

MLA 8th

Goabaone, Gaobotse "Non-invasive smart implants in healthcare: Redefining healthcare services delivery through sensors and emerging digital health technologies" Afribary. Afribary, 30 Mar. 2024, https://afribary.com/works/non-invasive-smart-implants-in-healthcare-redefining-healthcare-services-delivery-through-sensors-and-emerging-digital-health-technologies. Accessed 28 May. 2024.

MLA7

Goabaone, Gaobotse . "Non-invasive smart implants in healthcare: Redefining healthcare services delivery through sensors and emerging digital health technologies". Afribary, Afribary, 30 Mar. 2024. Web. 28 May. 2024. < https://afribary.com/works/non-invasive-smart-implants-in-healthcare-redefining-healthcare-services-delivery-through-sensors-and-emerging-digital-health-technologies >.

Chicago

Goabaone, Gaobotse . "Non-invasive smart implants in healthcare: Redefining healthcare services delivery through sensors and emerging digital health technologies" Afribary (2024). Accessed May 28, 2024. https://afribary.com/works/non-invasive-smart-implants-in-healthcare-redefining-healthcare-services-delivery-through-sensors-and-emerging-digital-health-technologies