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Introducing BrainBridge, the world’s first revolutionary
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concept for a head transplant machine,
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which uses state-of-the-art robotics
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and artificial intelligence to conduct
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complete head and face transplantation procedures
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ensuring smooth outcomes and faster recoveries.
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Because head transplants require high speed, precision,
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and efficiency, BrainBridge utilizes advanced high-speed
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high-precision robotic systems to speed up the process,
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eliminate human error, prevent brain cell degradation,
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and ensure seamless compatibility.
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The head transplant procedure involves removing a person's
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entire head, containing the brain,
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from their current diseased body, and attaching it
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to the body of a healthy young brain-dead donor.
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Head transplants could provide individuals
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with severe medical conditions,
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such as terminal cancer, paralysis, spinal cord injuries
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or neurodegenerative diseases, the opportunity
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to have a fully functional body while preserving
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their consciousness, memories and cognitive abilities.
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The neurons are the longest-lasting
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functional cells in the human body,
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and according to our estimates,
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the brain is capable of lasting
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several hundred years provided that the rest of the body
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remains young.
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The BrainBridge concept involves
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the use of the integrated robotics platform
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comprised of the two autonomous surgical robots,
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designed to perform simultaneous surgeries
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on two bodies, side by side, within a single setup.
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The complete robotization
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of the process allows for the surgery
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to be performed in an environment
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with varying temperature and pressure.
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The procedure begins by preparing the donor
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and recipient bodies.
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The donor is a brain-dead patient
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who has a functional body
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with vital organs in good condition,
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while the recipient is the patient
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whose head will be transplanted onto the new body.
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General anesthesia is administered to both
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the recipient and the donor.
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Both patients undergo tracheotomy, with a tube
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inserted into the trachea to provide respiratory support
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and facilitate mechanical ventilation.
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Our proprietary artificial plasma solution is administered
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to both the recipient and the donor.
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This solution is designed to keep the brain
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and body oxygenated, prevent clotting, and allow for safe
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operation at low temperatures.
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The recipient’s head and the donor body are cooled
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to approximately 5°C (41°F) to reduce
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potential brain damage during the detachment.
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Guided by advanced real-time molecular-level
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imaging systems, BrainBridge carefully separates
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the heads from the two bodies with the help
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of a specialized surgical technique
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that preserves the spinal cord and key blood vessels.
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Deep incisions are carefully made around the neck to expose
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the necessary structures, including the carotid
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and vertebral arteries, jugular veins, and spine.
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With the help of specialized AI algorithms,
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BrainBridge tracks both muscles and nerves during surgery
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to facilitate seamless reattachement.
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Next, incisions are made in the trachea,
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esophagus, veins, and arteries.
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The blood is then completely drained
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from the recipient’s head to prevent clotting.
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The recipient’s head is then positioned adjacent
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to the donated body using a mobile platform.
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BrainBridge immediately connects the detached head
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to the circulatory system of the donor body,
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which helps maintain
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blood flow during the rest of the procedure.
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It also rewarms the recipient’s head and provides it
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with oxygenated blood.
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With the help of its ultra-precision
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surgical instruments, BrainBridge begins
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reconnecting the spinal cord, esophagus, trachea,
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nerves, blood vessels, and other tissues.
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This step facilitates communication between the brain
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and the new body.
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The machine utilizes microsurgery techniques
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and delicate microscopic adjustments
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to ensure the proper alignment
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and fusion of the spinal cord and other tissues.
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To help reconnect the severed neurons, BrainBridge uses
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a proprietary chemical adhesive, polyethylene glycol,
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which is applied locally to the spine at the point of fusion.
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Once the spinal cord is connected,
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a specialized implant is placed in the epidural space
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behind the spine over the point of fusion.
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This implant promotes the repair of damaged neurons
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and allows the patient’s brain
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to form neural connections with the new body and ensures
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that the sensory system is restored.
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It also functions as a temporary backup control device for the donor body.
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The next step of the operation is a face and scalp transplant
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where all the muscles, soft tissues,
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and skin are removed from the recipient’s face.
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The donor’s face, muscles, and soft tissues
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are then precisely transplanted in their place.
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By transplanting younger donor tissues, the procedure
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reduces the probability of tissue rejection
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and offers potential for aesthetic enhancement,
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particularly in cases where the donor is
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significantly younger than the recipient.
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It also restores functionality and structural integrity
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to the recipient's face and rejuvenates its appearance.
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BrainBridge then carefully sutures the skin
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to conceal the complex rewiring beneath the surface.
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The skin is then treated with a special spray
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that contains growth factors, antifibrotics and antibiotics.
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This spray promotes faster skin healing, prevents
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infections, and reduces scarring in the sutured area.
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Finally, immunosuppressive drugs are administered
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to prevent the recipient's
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immune system from rejecting the donor body.
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After the surgery,
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the recipient is carefully monitored
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in an intensive care unit and is kept
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in a coma for up to 4 weeks to prevent movement
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or misalignment of the connected body parts.
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During this time, the head,
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neck, and spine are firmly stabilized
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to optimize the fusion of the spinal cord.
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Life support systems are utilized
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to regulate breathing and circulation,
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while nutrition is delivered
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through a jejunostomy feeding tube.
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Gradually, the recipient's brain
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should regain control over the new body.
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As the recovery process advances
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and the patient regains mobility,
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there will be a need for extensive rehabilitation,
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physical therapy, and psychological support
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to help the recipient adapt
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to their new body and regain motor functions.
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BrainBridge Head Band, which is equipped
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with a Brain-Computer Interface,
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will allow the patient
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to communicate their needs during recovery.
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Thanks to the power of thought, the head band
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decodes brain waves and turns them into text or speech.
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It could allow the patient to control other devices directly
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from their brain,
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granting them the autonomy to execute specific tasks
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independently throughout their recovery journey.
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Because of the complexity and unexpected
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challenges of the head transplant procedure,
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self-learning algorithms allow BrainBridge to avoid errors
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and adapt surgical plans in real-time
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depending on the surgery’s needs.
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It can also improve its capabilities
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over time by learning from previous surgeries.
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Learning algorithms can recall past procedures
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and outcomes to continually refine
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and enhance surgical techniques and postoperative care.
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While the surgery is being conducted, the BrainBridge
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algorithm creates a personalized recovery plan
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depending on the progress of the procedure
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and the needs of the patient.
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To maximize compatibility and ensure seamless integration,
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we collaborate with the top experts in generative
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artificial intelligence, brain to computer interfaces,
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and robotics with multiple successful projects
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and hundreds of high-profile peer-reviewed research papers.
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Over the past few years,
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we developed the end-to-end approach
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which accounts for every single detail
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including immune compatibility,
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brain-body connectivity,
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replacement of the visual, and olfactory systems,
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and post-operative rehabilitation.

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Today I’m thrilled to announce BrainBridge, the world’s first concept for a head transplant system, which integrates advanced robotics and artificial intelligence to execute complete head and face transplantation procedures. This state-of-the-art system offers new hope to patients suffering from untreatable conditions such as stage-4 cancer, paralysis, and neurodegenerative diseases like Alzheimer's and Parkinson's. Official website: https://brainbridge.tech/ Follow me everywhere: https://muse.io/hashemalghaili

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