Robots are going to revolutionize the healthcare industry. They are already being used in hospitals for surgeries and other procedures. The Ligo is a robot for skin therapy. It prints tiny droplets with patient’s skin cells and biomaterials to speed up the regenerative process.
As Sydney start-up Inventia Life Science explains:
The technology within Ligō enables the rapid and precise delivery of multiple cell types and advanced biomaterials to a wound, providing the potential to recreate functional and aesthetically normal skin. This can be achieved in a single procedure, reducing treatment cost and hospital stays, and minimizing the risk of infection.