The new medical assistants
Medical robots are helping hands. They do not work autonomously or without supervision, but they do support doctors and medical specialists to ensure greater precision, safety and quality – around the clock
Robots are medical support systems. They take the pressure off doctors, but do not replace them. A surgical robot optimizes and stabilizes the surgeon's movements. It eliminates any hand tremors and ensures that the instruments remain in the application area. In orthopedics, exoskeletons stabilize the musculoskeletal system and help the patient relearn movements. And in pharmacies, medications are increasingly dispensed by automated systems. In short, medicine derives huge benefits from the new assistance systems.