Forbes December 7, 2023
William A. Haseltine

This story is part of a series on the current progression in Regenerative Medicine. This piece discusses advances in wearable devices.

In 1999, I defined regenerative medicine as the collection of interventions that restore to normal function tissues and organs that have been damaged by disease, injured by trauma, or worn by time. I include a full spectrum of chemical, gene, and protein-based medicines, cell-based therapies, and biomechanical interventions that achieve that goal.

The ultrasound is a simple, yet versatile imaging system commonly used worldwide. Its most well-known application is in obstetrics and gynecology, but it can also be used for abdominal imaging, cardiology, and urology, among other fields.

Ultrasounds involve generating and transmitting sound waves through the patient’s body,...

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