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Hospital Robot Helps to Save Lives Off Battlefield

Dr. Kevin Chung, the medical director for the burn intensive care unit at the Army's burn center at Brooke Army Medical Center in San Antonio, remotely controls an RP-7 remote presence robot in the intensive care unit at the hospital. Chung has been using the robot to care for patients as part of a pilot program.



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This work, Hospital Robot Helps to Save Lives Off Battlefield [Image 3 of 3], by Fred Baker, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:12.05.2008

Date Posted:12.05.2008 21:23

Photo ID:133798

VIRIN:081205-O-#####-001

Resolution:3536x2464

Size:947.2 KB

Location:SAN ANTONIO, TX, USGlobe

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