The Mayo Clinic and Corindus Vascular Robotics are conducting a preclinical telemedicine study involving remote insertion of stents using a robotic arm -- technology that could help health care providers overcome a looming shortage of cardiologists. Corindus CEO Mark Toland said the eventual goal is "to extend this capability to the remote treatment of endovascular disease and stroke."
Mayo Clinic studies robotic "telestenting" procedure
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