Researchers Pioneer Remote Robotics and 5G for Stroke Treatment

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Australian researchers are pioneering robotic technology and 5G connectivity to help detect and treat life-threatening conditions for people living in regional and rural areas.

The Ingham Institute for Applied Medical Research is currently assessing a remote-controlled robot that could potentially remove blood clots in stroke patients.

Professor Les Bokey from the Institute says the technology may allow medical procedures to be conducted remotely and reduce treatment times in life-threatening emergencies.






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