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    What kind of spark will it be when the medical encounters 5G?

    Company News
    2019/01/24 10:55

    When 5G meets medical treatment, it will collide with more high-tech products. These products are to look at every detail of people's lives, thus bringing people a more convenient life, showing more care and warmth to people, we call it "medical white technology ." The emergence of 5G has created countless new possibilities for the healthcare industry.

    From robot-assisted surgery to 3D printed skin, the medical field is constantly looking for ways to use technology to provide better health services. With the advent of innovation, there is a growing need for fast and reliable connections to ensure that these technologies are functioning properly. From health prevention management to remote diagnosis and treatment, from the upgrade of medical AI to medical eco-linkage, the emergence of 5G meets the connection requirements and creates numerous new possibilities for the healthcare industry.


    5G meets medical data to create an effective personalized treatment solution

    The massive medical Internet of Things (IoMT) ecosystem, built on 5G, will cover hundreds of millions of health detection devices, as well as clinical wearables and remote sensors. 5G will improve a range of telemedicine health management efforts that doctors can use to continuously capture patients' electronic medical data, such as vital signs, frequency of physical activity, and even prescription medications they are taking. These data can be accepted by doctors in near real time, and can access the patient's medical database online, anytime, anywhere, get disease information in a timely manner, improve the quality and efficiency of diagnosis and treatment, and provide personalized treatment solutions for patients.

    The emergence of 5G allows for faster transfer of large image files, such as image files produced by MRI. It will allow remote control of objects through existing network infrastructure, as well as the use of intelligent applications and server data interoperability to establish an integrated diagnostic system. In the future, 5G will play an important role in emergency services. For example, in the ambulance, the patient image information and vital signs data are transmitted to the hospital in advance, and the disease information is learned at the fastest speed for rescue work.

    Doctors can even remotely diagnose patients with data hyperlinks using 3D / UHD video telepresence or UHD video streaming. Patients in remote areas can be consulted and consulted by experts without having to travel long distances. This has helped the sinking of medical resources to a certain extent, and is conducive to solving the social problems of difficult medical treatment and expensive medical treatment at this stage.

    In addition, the development of various industries tends to be digital. Digital medical is a new modern medical method that applies modern computer technology and information technology to the entire medical process. In the upcoming 5G world, data is efficiently distributed through 5G mobile networks, and the hospitals will be linked into huge data centers. Various medical institutions can provide predictive analysis of various diseases based on a large number of case data, provide early warning, and form a new health management model.


    5G meets medical AI, and life insurance for the disabled is added

    In assistive artificial intelligence medical applications, 5G can make it have a more stable network, adding unlimited possibilities to society. For example, BeMy Eyes, Ariadne GPS and other blind app, through the voice map, guide visually impaired people to go out alone, even driving a car. In this complex external environment, the instability and high latency of the network will cause the positioning to slow down. The voice map cannot issue commands in time, and the visually impaired users are likely to be hurt.

    When 5G is given low-latency, high-speed network support, such products can be timely located and provide feedback to avoid the occurrence of injuries and better serve the disabled. Qualcomm senior vice president Durga Malladi said: "5G can fundamentally detect the real world environment around the visually impaired and help them get real-time guidance in their daily lives."

    There may also be the possibility of using 5G to connect emergency personnel with psychiatrists and other experts to provide timely and appropriate psychological counseling and treatment for those in a mental health crisis.

    In the future, the application of artificial intelligence in medical services will also be extended to the mechanical arm of sign language, AI bionic prosthetics, online psychological counseling doctors, etc., the essence of which is to make these people overcome the obstacles of reality. However, AI products need to rely on the support of a large amount of data and the real-time transmission of data when augmenting the reality experience for these people. If you want to reach the immersive level, you need 5G to provide high-speed and stable data transmission. When artificial intelligence and 5G are combined, with the power of both, the services provided by medical products will be more intelligent and efficient. In the development of the medical industry, we will also move from AI and medical care to the situation of medical, 5G and AI, and accelerate the landing of white technology to benefit more people.


    5G meets the medical industry chain and accelerates the development of ecological linkage

    The emergence of 5G will greatly improve the efficiency of resource utilization and help the successful transformation of medical technology. Similarly, the technological transformation of the healthcare industry offers a number of business opportunities for telecom operators. In Ericsson's "5G Business Potential" report, it is expected that the transformation of the medical industry will provide operators with $76 billion in revenue opportunities in 2026.

    Ericsson ConsumerLab's "Medical" report pointed out that 86% of cross-industry decision-makers believe that "for 5G telecom operators, in addition to providing network services, it can also provide system integration and related application development services. Among them, precision medicine Patient applications such as online consultation and remote monitoring have broad prospects."

    The existence of 5G telecom operators will have a good connection between hospitals, insurance companies, government/regulatory agencies, medical technology companies and application developers. Telecom operators can build on the new value industry chain. A partnership that benefits the entire healthcare ecosystem.