We can judge the innovations in medicine with their disadvantages, risks and inefficiencies, completely forgetting about their positive effects and a comprehensive approach. So I would like to draw attention to some significant success factors of the latest medical technologies, namely .
Improved Oxygen Transport: oxygen is essential for cellular metabolism, and numerous health ailments greatly hamper adequate delivery of oxygen to tissue, severely affecting tissue function and quality.
Immune Modulation: the immune system provides a critical role in preventing the spread of a pathogen; however, aspects of the immune system may become harmful overexpressed. Immune modulation is the selective activation and inhibition of key inflammatory cascades for a more efficient immunological response.
Improved Blood Flow: vascular insufficiency is a consequence of many different types of medical ailments.
Pathogens Reduction: the spread of a pathogen in the body proceeds via the circulatory system until the ideal host cell is reached. Pathogen colonization will continue until the host organism is unable to survive.The best type of pathogen treatment is the one that prevents it from spreading.
ATP Production: Adenosine Triphosphate (ATP) is a biological catalyst that activates nearly all intracellular biochemical reactions. In short, ATP drives cell physiology. An increase in cellular ATP helps facilitate or sustain key reactions for improved cellular function, which becomes increasingly important when cells lack proper nutrients or oxygen to produce ATP as is the case with wounds.