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Bionics in Medicine: The Future of Organ Replacement


In the ever-evolving landscape of medical science, the integration of bionics stands as a beacon of hope and innovation. Bionics, a term coined from the fusion of biology and electronics, refers to the study and design of systems inspired by biological processes. This field, especially in the context of medicine, has
the potential to redefine what it means to heal and recover. At the forefront of this revolution is the application of bionics in organ replacement, an area that promises to address some of the
most pressing challenges faced in healthcare today [1]. The traditional approach to organ failure has predominantly relied on transplants, a method fraught with challenges. The scarcity of organ donors, coupled with the complex and often risky process of transplantation, leaves many patients in a perpetual
state of uncertainty. Complications such as organ rejection and the lifelong dependence on immune-suppressants further complicate this picture. These artificially engineered systems, which emulate the functions of natural organs, offer a groundbreaking alternative.

Submission Date: 02/01/2024

Publication Date: 04/06/2024

Category: PubMed

Author: Yagyavalkya Sharma, Aniketa Sharma, Krishan Raj Singh, Harsh Vardhan

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