Robot surgeons to begin work in NHS hospitals

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A “next generation” British-made robot will perform surgeries for the NHS in a European first.

The┬árobot, called Versius, is hailed as a huge “leap forward” and is designed to make surgery less painful for patients.

Built by Cambridge-based start-up CMR Surgical, it will also allow surgeons to perform for longer periods due to reduced fatigue, as it can be operated sitting down.

Read more about the state-of-the-art robots: https://www.telegraph.co.uk/technology/2020/02/20/british-start-up-cmr-surgical-launches-robot-surgeons-nhs/

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