Implementation and Technical Testing of a Robot for Future Use Inpatient Care (Covid-19)
The present paper describes the process of conformation in a record time of a mobile robot that has the functions of telemedicine. The robot is designed for a health institution in the city of Medellín Colombia to accompany patients and professionals in the care of the crisis caused by infection with the SARS-COV-2 virus (COVID-19). During this process, a technical test was applied to the Robot, employing medical care drills. Also, the viability of the robot in the clinic environment has been studied, presenting the positive and negative aspects through a SWOT analysis matrix and its targeting through action strategies.
Copyright (c) 2021 Edgar Mario Rico Mesa, Juan Guillermo Barrientos Gómez, Sebastian Correa Zapata, Victor Alejandro Acevedo Urrego, Paula Andrea Palacios Correa, Verónica Andrea Alvarez Tobón, Juan Camilo Londoño Lopera, Yudy Alexandra Aguilar Perez, Yomin Stiven Jaramillo Munera, Ever Augusto Torres Silva, Carlos Alberto Vergara Crismatt, Briam Sneider Jimenez Franco, Laura Tobon Ospina, Juan Sebastian Parada, Jhon Edison Goez Mora, John Sneyder Tamayo Zapata, Juan David Arismendy Pulgarín
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