GE Healthcare, a subsidiary of General Electric Company, has declared its licensing and collaboration contract with Hamilton Robotics for creating a completely automated solution for processing and dealing samples from FTA substrates and financial dealings are yet to be revealed.
Omnicell Inc., a leading provider of automated systems for healthcare facilities, has declared that Orange Regional Medical Center had selected their company for supplying automated medication systems.
Researchers at the Hertfordshire University headed by Professor Kerstin Dautenhahn have developed Kinesics and Synchronization in the Personal Assistant Robot (KASPAR), a child-sized robot for teaching Autistic children social interaction.
Accuray Incorporated has declared that University Hospital of Ostrava (UHO) Clinic of Oncology has incorporated its CyberKnife robotic system for cancer treatment and has become the first Medical center in Czech Republic to include robotic surgery in cancer treatment.
Mission Health System has launched the first Intravenous solution produced by Intelligent Hospital Systems’ Robotic Intravenous Automation, a unit that can automatically fill IV bags and syringes.
Health Robotics has declared that it has made a distribution contract with Newico and Apta Medica for providing reliable and cost-effective Intravenous Admixture Compounding Automation systems like CytoCare, i.v.STATION, and i.v.SOFT to seven new European countries including Bosnia, Croatia, Finland, Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia, and Slovenia.
Jefferson Radiology has announced the incorporation of U-Systems’ somo-v Automated Breast Ultrasound System (ABUS) for screening of breast cancer for women with dense breast tissue.
Accuray Incorporated has declared that its CyberKnife Robotic Radiosurgery, a non-invasive robotic technique for treating tumors has been utilized to treat the 100,000th cancer patient.
Surgeons at the UT Southwestern Medical Center, North Texas have performed the region’s first robotic surgery for kidney repair via a single-incision.
Dr. Antonio Amodeo of Bambino Gesu hospital in Rome has performed the world’s first robotic heart transplantation surgery for an Italian boy. Since the patient was suffering from Duchenne's syndrome, the surgeons could not perform the conventional heart transplantation.