Medical Robots and Simulations Train Caregivers and Heal Patients
From training caregivers to assisting in rehabilitation and therapy, medical robots and simulations have become an important part of modern-day medical practice. Not only do they save lives and make care-giving easier, they often provide greater precision and better results than humans can without their help.
Implications - With many countries experiencing a graying population and soaring health costs, medical automation holds the potential for more immediate response, fewer medical errors, and lowered health cost. All of these factors contribute to a long shelf life for medical automation .