Robots are being used more and more in medicine. In some cases, it's a high-tech device used in surgery.
But robots are also used to help teach.
"Trauma Hal" is being used to train emergency response crews.
It can be used with real equipment, such as a defibrillator or a tourniquet.
And it speaks, blinks and can simulate breathing, bleeding and a seizure.
He's not tethered down or plugged in. He's controlled by a tablet 100 feet away.
Robot new tool in EMS training
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