Robotics in the service of medicine is one of the most evolving fields of medicine today. Robotic assistance tools enable more and more medical teams to do their job accurately, more quickly and more easily than ever before. Robotic assistive technologies turn operations that require a lot of effort (and sometimes many staff members) into simpler operations, while saving time and human error. The robotic assistive technologies that are improving every day, allow experts to expand their impact and contribute to saving lives.
Robotics in service of intensive care units
Intensive care units are very demanding environments. They require medical teams to be accurate and competent over time. With the lengthening of working hours and congestion in hospitals around the world (as we saw during the COVID-19 epidemic), the mental and physical demand becomes more and more difficult. This is where assistive robotics comes into the picture. The robotic technology is designed to help carry the burden. It enables medical professionals to rely on accurate and powerful systems over time.
The integration of robotics in the intensive care units is a very significant turning point in the world of intensive care and one that is becoming a very important fulcrum in the intensive care units.
What is our robotic arm
The robotic arm is placed at the patient's bed and helps medical teams manage and access the patient. It is a significant tool in transporting, supporting, and holding the patient so that medical professionals can perform complex operations easily. It is adjustable according to the patient and caregiver's requirements and allows for more correct, repeatable and long-lasting treatment.