South Korean health system opens surgical robot training center

Carly Behm -   Print  |

South Korea-based Yonsei University Health system opened a surgical robot training facility, according to a Dec. 22 report from the Korea Biomedical Review.

The Korea Surgical Robot Training Center will provide education for spine surgery robots including Cuvis Spine from Curexo and Revo-i from Meerecompany, the report said.

"This center will contribute to the globalization of Korea's surgical robots as it trains five domestic surgical robots for five years, and establish a system ranging from functional verification to guidelines," director Yi Seong said in the report.

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