Robotic Coronary Intervention

healthResponding to an anticipated shortage of cardiologists and other specialists, Mayo Clinic is using a $3.3 million charitable grant to conduct a preclinical study enabling doctors working at a remote location to use telemedicine to place heart stents by guiding a robotic arm. The study, being done in collaboration with a robotic equipment manufacturer, is being referred to as “telestenting” because it takes telemedicine to a new level.

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