Healthcare workers to remotely handle robot to treat patients
Students of Nigeria’s Glisten International Academy have built a robot to treat COVID-19 patients remotely. The robot will measure the patient’s body temperature, transport medicine and also ensure communication between the doctor and the patient through a webcam.
The controller-operated Mairobot can deliver medicines and curtail the chances of healthcare professionals contracting COVID.
The robot was initially conceptualised through online sessions and later built physically at a laboratory within a span of three months. It is still in the trial stage and will be developed further, a supervising teacher said.
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