Medical griping (cw: internal medicine, phrasings of body horror?)
Why is it, that in an age where we can literally rearrange a person's guts and move internal organs from one body to another, that we can't have a simple port on our bodies for medical monitoring and delivery hardware?
Imagine a diabetic with a capsule that gets changed weekly, has a tracker for their CGM to connect, and the ability to release a dose of insulin or a glucose concentrate in case of emergency.
Imagine the kidney transplant recipient with a timed release dosing pod for their anti-rejection meds.
And, if we can keep fair-for-consumers pricing in mind, medical outcomes have room to improve.
I'm just musing this hour.
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