How service robots are delivering hope and helping patients rehabilitate
The world’s population is aging. According to the United Nations 2015 World Population Ageing Report, between 2015 and 2030, the number of people in the world aged 60 years and over is expected to grow by 56 percent.
Many countries are experiencing this growth, and as a result, added pressure is being placed on all areas of our society, including healthcare.
Today, we’re seeing the introduction of service robots into our healthcare systems to look after patients and provide much-needed support to surgeons, nurses, therapists, and healthcare workers.
Revolutionary advancements can be made through the integration of this innovative technology, which is significantly improving the recovery and quality of life for patients.
Service robots are an ideal support solution for the healthcare industry because of their accuracy, precision, flexibility, speed, and capability to collaborate with humans. These service robots are currently being used by research facilities, in surgery, and for patient, rehabilitation to care for, support, and improve the health and lives of those around us.
THE FIRST SURGICAL SERVICE ROBOT MADE IN SPAIN
REHABILITATION FROM INJURIES CAUSED BY BLOOD CLOTS AND STROKES
Service robots are caring for and adding value to the lives of those in need around the world.
The first surgical robot cobot made in Spain.
Collaborative robots now assist surgeons perform surgery via a computer.
SUPPORTING NURSING STAFF AND THERAPISTS TAKE CARE OF BED-RIDDEN PATIENTS
PROVIDING HEALTH CARE SOLUTIONS AT CHANGI GENERAL HOSPITAL
ASSISTING WITH SPORTS THERAPY AND TRADITIONAL CHINESE MEDICINE (TCM) TREATMENT
Service robots are caring for and adding value to the lives of those in need around the world. How do you see service robots being used in the future to help manage and sustain long-term health and wellbeing?