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Robotics Applications In Medical Field

According to a recent report by Credence Research, the worldwide medical robotics market was valued at $7.24 billion in 2015 and is predicted to grow to $20 billion by 2023. A key driver for this growth is demand for using robots in minimally invasive surgeries, especially for neurologic, orthopedic, and laparoscopic procedures. As a result, a good range of robots is being developed to serve during a sort of roles within the medical environment. Robots specializing in human treatment include surgical robots and rehabilitation robots. The field of assistive and therapeutic robotic devices is additionally expanding rapidly. These include robots that help patients rehabilitate from serious conditions like strokes, empathic robots that assist within the care of older or physically/mentally challenged individuals, and industrial robots that take on a spread of routine tasks, like sterilizing rooms and delivering medical supplies and equipment, including medications. Below are six top uses for robots within the field of drugs today 1. Telepresence - Physicians use robots to help them examine and treat patients in rural or remote locations, giving them a “telepresence” in the room. “Specialists are often on call, via the robot, to answer questions and guide therapy from remote locations,” writes Dr. Bernadette Keefe, a Chapel Hill , NC-based healthcare and medicine consultant. 2. 2. Surgical Assistants- These remote-controlled robots assist surgeons with performing operations, typically minimally invasive procedures. “The ability to control a highly sophisticated robotic arm by operating controls, seated at a workstation out of the OR , is that the hallmark of surgical robots..

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