by Thomas Ask, John Boll Jr and Alexander Nesbitt
Treatment for suffering in low resource areas can benefit from
easy access to medicines that treat pain, gasping, terminal
secretions, nausea, anxiety, and delirium. Because suffering needs
to be contextualized within prevailing cultural forces, individuals
with communal connections with the patients must be empowered
to administer these medications and provide care giving services.
Additionally, designing and developing low cost medical
dispensing systems allows a wider range of treatment. Artificial
intelligence can be combined with voice recognition for both
patient diagnosis and innovative medical products to improve
efficacy of treatment.
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