Another new healthcare simulation manikin, this time out of Japan, as reported by 3D printer and 3D printing news website 3ders.org, which focuses primarily on endotracheal intubation, gastrointestinal endoscopy, and sputum suctioning. The new device was a collaborative project between Tmsuk R&D Inc., a medical venture firm based in Tottori Prefecture and the Tottori University Hospital in Japan.
CES, or the Consumer Electronics Show, is one of the world’s largest annual technology showcases which takes place every January in Las Vegas. This year, PC Mag rated the iRobot & Intouch RP-VITA medical robot as “BEST ROBOT” at the show, explaining that the “RP-VITA is the first [robot] that can navigate autonomously. The RP-Vita has [...]