4 New Aspects of Science that Could Make Surgical Technologists Obsolete

Mechanical engineering and robotic surgery hasn’t yet reached the level where it can completely replace trained and skilled doctors, surgeons and surgical technologists, but it has gotten off to a good start. There are machines and devices that have been developed in both the public and private sectors that can not only complete complex procedures without a surgeon being physically present in the operating room, but they have also come very close to becoming completely autonomous. Some of are so impressive that they are starting to make some science fiction films look more like documentaries than action epics from the mind of some coked-up sci-fi writer.
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