Richard Sorgnard is also the Director of Technology at the International Institute for Chronic Disease in creating clinical trial technology and protocol development for various chronic disease states.
How Data, Technology and Medicine are Changing Healthcare. Health continues to play a major role in U.S. life.
And as we live longer, more and more of our diseases and health conditions tend to be related to aggregate, behavioral factors versus infections, injuries, trauma, or pandemic-type viruses. Granted, COVID-19 was a wake-up call on what a novel virus could do to a population, Richard Sorgnard notes, but in general, much of our overall health trend has been affected more and more by how we live life over time versus immediate impacts. And that where data and technology are beginning to intersect heavily with healthcare delivery. Data is Not a Broken Record There has been research on health trends for centuries. Now, Richard Sorgnard expects with the advent of widespread machine learning use and data mining that the world of behavioral trend medicine is coming into vogue.
Made-Up Victims for Science. Richard Sorgnard Advises Americans to Watch Out for These Chronic Diseases. iCrowdNewswire Jan 27, 2021 2:00 PM ET Chronic diseases are extremely common in the United States.
Indeed, the Centers for Disease Control notes that 6 in 10 Americans are dealing with at least one chronic disease. Richard Sorgnard, a healthcare expert working on innovative medical devices, believes that Americans need to keep their eye out for chronic diseases. When caught early, many chronic diseases are more manageable. That’s why he is going to offer advice for watching for chronic diseases. “Americans struggle with a lot of chronic diseases,” Richard Sorgnard notes. The first bit of advice Richard Sorgnard has to offer is listening to your body.
“Our bodies are amazing and immensely complex,” Richard Sorgnard says. So what diseases might you be at risk of contracting? “Diabetes is a huge issue right now,” Richard Sorgnard says. Nearly a quarter of Americans suffer from arthritis, which can dramatically lower one’s quality of life. iCrowdNewswire Jan 27, 2021 2:00 PM ET. Richard Sorgnard Discusses How Electronic Medicine May Supplement and Replace Prescriptions. Richard Sorgnard Discusses How Electronic Medicine May Supplement and Replace Prescriptions Richard Sorgnard believes medicine still has a long way to go and that more breakthroughs will occur in the future LAS VEGAS, NV, UNITED STATES, December 23, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ -- Medicine has come a long way over the last century.
Just a few centuries ago, doctors had little understanding of the body and what caused diseases. Treatment options were limited. Now, medicine is among the most heavily researched and technologically advanced industries in the world. “We should be grateful for how far we’ve come over the hundred or so years,” Richard Sorgnard says. With electronic medicine, doctors can use electronic technologies to address conditions and supplement traditional forms of treatment, such as prescriptions. “We’re already using electronic medicine to treat headaches, chronic pain, and in some cases, even depression,” Richard Sorgnard notes.
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The AP news staff was not involved in its creation. Quantum-Based Electric Cell Signaling Technology is Used to Treat Pain, According to Richard Sorgnard Las Vegas, NV - ( NewMediaWire ) - October 29, 2020 - Technology has been increasing at dramatic rates over the past few years and has been improving many industries. Most people know that technology is being used in the medical field but not as medicine itself. Richard Sorgnard of Morhea Technologies has been exploring how electric signal generation technology can be used to address severe pain in patients.
Richard Sorgnard Explores Technology to Improve Chronic Medical Conditions. Tech is Being Used to Solve More Medical Problems, as Richard Sorgnard Explains LAS VEGAS, NEVADA, UNITED STATES, October 2, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ -- Many people around the United States suffer from chronic medical conditions.
While prescription drugs can be used to manage some symptoms, technology can be used in a number of instances, too. Richard Sorgnard, the Executive Director for Morhea Technologies and also the Corporate Technology Officer at the International Institute for Chronic Disease, explores a clinical trial for technology and protocol development. Over the years, Richard Sorgnard has been actively involved in complex electronic equipment. He has applied quantum-based techniques that use electronic signal generation for not only consumer electronics but also for medical industries. As medical advances are made in the areas of bioengineering and neurology, it’s becoming clear that electronic signal generation technology can help. You just read: News Provided By.