Robot Performs Successful Surgery On Pig




Some surgical operations could in the future be performed by robots without the need for human intervention. Researchers in the U.S. say they have taken a step in this direction after a supervised autonomous robot successfully performed soft tissue surgery on a pig’s bowel.
Source: Wall Street Journal
Read more: medicalxpress.com
The Future of Surgery
The Future of Medicine
The Future of Robotics
Da Vinci Surgery Robot Stitches a Grape Back Together
The Future of Medicine, Robot Performs Successful Surgery On Pig, The Future of Robotics, The Future of Surgery, Soft-Tissue Surgery

The Future of Medicine, Robot Performs Successful Surgery On Pig, The Future of Robotics, The Future of Surgery, Soft-Tissue Surgery


More Posts:

Bio Tissue With Embedded Wires. One Step Towards Cyborgs?
NASA Funds Sub- And Supersonic Combined In One Concept Aircraft
The U.S. Commercial Space Events In 2013
Futuristic Cafe Table Takes Orders For Meals
Hexacopter-Hexapod Hybrid From Mad Labs (+VIDEO)
Sleepbox Hotel Offers Unique Experience For Travelers
Kent Larson: Brilliant Designs To Fit More People In Every City
Faster Than Light: Warp Drive
New Laser Probe Identifies Brain Cancer Cells In Real Time
Driverless Cars Hit The Roads In UK Cities