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    VGo goes veterinary
    June 28, 2014

    Charlie, the cute canine patient, is at his local animal hospital under anesthesia. Kim, his owner, is miles away at her home. The VGo telepresence robot allows the pair to stay connected, from the operating table through recovery, after being neutered (Charlie, that is; not Kim).

    Robotic telepresence has been scientifically proven to increase the quality of human patient care. This groundbreaking video displays the innovative ways in which this technology can be applied to the field of veterinary medicine.

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    New Bolton Center pioneers revolutionary robotics-controlled equine imaging system

    Published on Apr 26, 2016

    A partnership between the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine and the imaging technology company 4DDI is paving a new way to take medical scans of horses. Penn Vet is working with 4DDI to validate a new imaging system called EQUIMAGINE (TM), which relies on robots that can move around a patient to collect high-resolution medical images.

    Unlike traditional CT scanners, which require patients to be prone, the system can perform imaging studies on a standing patient. This means that a horse would not need to be anesthetized during the image collection.
    Robot-driven Imaging System Opens New Avenues for Discovery

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    Article "Artificial intelligence & veterinary medicine"
    Can machine learning live up to expectations?

    by R. Scott Nolen
    June 24, 2020

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