New Tasks for Medical Robotics in Rehabilitation and Hospital Services in a Pandemic Time – New Solutions: a Concept Model of an Autonomous Multifunctional Robot «Helper»
1 Shushardzhan S.V., 2 Pechenov N.B., 3 Allik T., 4 Eremina N.I., 4 Shushardzhan R.S.
1 National Medical Research Center of Rehabilitation and Balneology, Moscow, Russian Federation
2 «The Time of Robots» LLC, Moscow, Russian Federation
3 Rehabilitation Center «Doctor Music from Estonia» OÜ, Kohtla-Järve, Estonia
4 Scientific Research Center of Music Therapy and Healthcare Technologies» LLC, Moscow, Russian Federation
The article is devoted to an overview of modern medical robots used in everyday rehabilitation practice and hospital services. At thesame time, the emerging problems and new challenges associated with the COVID-19 pandemic are analyzed. Logically structuredmedical and technical solutions using innovative robotics are proposed. The concept model of the multifunctional autonomous robot“Helper” which is presented in the article has 7 functions that are critical in the face of a pandemic: movement along the specifiedroutes; disinfection of premises and robot self disinfection; biometric identification; delivery of medicines; interpersonally communication;possibilities of telepresence and telemedicine; interactive musical-acoustic and virtual psychotherapy. It is an attempt to findeffective practical response to the most serious challenges of our time associated with the pandemic aimed at reducing the risks ofnosocomial spread of infection, unloading medical staff, providing psychological and service assistance to patients with COVID-19who are undergoing rehabilitation treatment. The conclusive idea of the article is that medical robotics plays an increasingly significantrole in the process of modern rehabilitation treatment and hospital services, which become especially important during a pandemiccontrol and liquidation of its consequences. The relevant robotization of Healthcare Service has strategic importance with high medical,social and economic potential.
Ключевые слова: medical robotics, rehabilitation, pandemic COVID-19, disinfection, drugs delivery, musical psychotherapy, telemedicine
Для цитирования: Shushardzhan S.V., Pechenov N.B., Allik T., Eremina N.I., Shushardzhan R.S. New Tasks for Medical Robotics in Rehabilitation and Hospital Services in a Pandemic Time – New Solutions: a Concept Model of an Autonomous Multifunctional Robot «Helper». Bulletin of Rehabilitation Medicine. 2020; 6 (100): 14–18. https://doi.org/10.38025/2078-1962-2020-100-6-14-18
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