Today, especially in the time of a global pandemic, the necessity to have intricate robots in the field of medicinal expertise is greatly needed. Our greatest surgeons still need the extra help only an advanced robotic helper can do.

Robotic-assisted procedures are proving more precise in every way when compared with manual procedures: automated assistance controls tremor reduces fatigue, and helps avoid inadvertent injury.

Medical robots are revolutionizing medicine. Their applications can facilitate superhuman dexterity, enabling the performance of surgical steps otherwise considered impossible and automating repetitive tasks.

The benefits include high positional stability, precision, and accuracy along the x-, y-, and z-axes, removal of time constraints on subretinal and intraretinal drug delivery, and reduction of surgeon fatigue, according to Richard B. Rosen, MD, DSC(HON), of the New York Eye and Ear Infirmary of Mount Sinai in New York, New York.