While hedging your bets might sound like a safer option at times, the truth is sometimes we are almost obligated to go all in, if we wish to avoid staying static. In order to observe the examples of it, you don’t have to look too far. It wouldn’t be wrong to say that, in a way, the kind of life we are living today has resulted from some big all-in bets made by the visionaries that saw things which others didn’t. If it wasn’t for their courage, we could have been under very different circumstances, and there is no evidence whatsoever to suggest that this alternative reality could have edged out what we actually have at the moment. Furthermore, it must be noted that the bold calls in question were made across a good deal of areas, thus aiming at a more collective growth. Before we knew, the wheels started to roll. We were heading into a different era, and one of the drivers of this change was technology.
Even though it feels more given, technology very much earned its current stature in our lives. Hardly anyone was initially willing to, let’s say, base their entire work operation within the tech stratosphere. However, today it’s a necessity to do so for moving toe-to-toe with your competitors. Another place where technology earned the applause it got was the medical field. With the help of some cutting-edge tools, technology has elevated healthcare, and it’s striving for further success with the help of devices like FoodMarble AIRE.
Following a trial at John Hopkins Medicine, it was recently concluded that FoodMarble’s AIRE, a portable hydrogen breath tester, was an effective way to diagnose SIBO (Stomach Infection Bacterial Overgrowth). Led by Prof. Jay Pasricha, the study was designed to verify and validate the use of said device. Once assured of its efficacy, the study was then moved on to gain a view of whether the collection of real-world expansive data can be the route to better accuracy of diagnosis in future.
FoodMarble, a Bluetooth-supported digestive tracker, is an answer to medical world’s woes with the only diagnosis method they had for SIBO previously i.e. LHBT. The subjectivity of LHBT has created grave gaps in the patient diagnosis on several occasions. Nevertheless, by introducing real-time testing and logging of symptoms, FoodMarble has staked a claim at becoming the next big thing.