Robots will provide food and medications to COVID-19 patients at two hospitals in the West Singhbhum district of Jharkhand from Tuesday, in a step to protect doctors and health professionals from coronavirus infection. The remote-controlled COBOT-Robotics, developed by Aditya Ranjan, District Commissioner for Development (DDC), will provide food and medicine to patients without human intervention, according to an official publication.
The & # 39; high-tech insulation departments & # 39; with 20 and 30 beds will be inaugurated Tuesday at the ANM Skill Center, Chaibasa Sadar Hospital and COVID-19 Railway Hospital, Chakradharpur, respectively. “Each bed is designed as a room where medicines and food will be delivered to patients through COBOT-Robotics.
This is the first of its kind in the country, “the release said, citing the DDC. A team of engineers, supervised by the DDC, designed and programmed COBOT-Robotics in a garage in Ranjan’s residence, the release said.
The DDC previously designed a stand to protect health workers by collecting samples from individuals suspected of being infected with coronavirus, it added.
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