The FDA has cleared the RP-VITA autonomous robot for use in hospitals throughout the U.S., which will allow doctors to check on patients remotely using an iPad. The robot also includes built-in ports for ultrasound machines, stethoscopes, and other important medical devices. Could this be a turning point for the future of medical care? What do you think? More here from The Verge. 

The FDA has cleared the RP-VITA autonomous robot for use in hospitals throughout the U.S., which will allow doctors to check on patients remotely using an iPad. The robot also includes built-in ports for ultrasound machines, stethoscopes, and other important medical devices. Could this be a turning point for the future of medical care? What do you think? More here from The Verge. 

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    Even the automatic blood pressure machines operated by a human are often inaccurate, so I say GOOD LUCK MY FRIENDS I...
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    This is some bacta-tank futuristic shit.
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