The Case for Robotic Surgery Improving Healthcare
The robots are coming and changing even how we train surgeons
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There seems to be this belief in the current medical profession that A.I. will never be able to replace physicians, and while I find that far fetched, how robotic surgeries are done leads me to believe that it’s not probable, but actually inevitable.
However as times goes by, robotic surgery is taking on more complex procedures. Clinical researchers at Nagoya City University in Japan have tested an AI-powered surgical robot in its ability to assist with percutaneous nephrolithotomy, which is a minimally invasive procedure to remove large kidney stones.
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