Kentucky doctors use medical robots to monitor newborns

06/16/2009 | WFIE-TV (Evansville, Ind.)

Neonatologists at the University of Louisville Hospital are using medical robots to remotely monitor newborns at nurseries in smaller hospitals across Kentucky and to decide if they need specialized care. The robotic telemedicine devices can be used to examine chest X-rays and other tests to determine whether an infant has respiratory problems.

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