The children’s hospitals in the Bay Area are seeing an uptick in pediatric deaths and other illnesses, and as more children go in and out of the hospital, the need for extra care and attention is increasing.
Loyola University Hospital in the city of Chicago recently saw a 60 percent spike in patients requiring urgent care and a 40 percent increase in emergency room visits.
That same hospital reported a 60% increase in admissions for pneumonia in 2016.
Lucky for us, the hospital is using a robot to do some extra work.
That means more than 50 percent of the beds and operating rooms have been opened, and the hospital’s doctors are being trained on the new technology.
A few years ago, doctors would not have had the luxury of using robots for their work, said Dr. Peter O’Neill, head of the medical robotics division at the University of Michigan, in an interview with Fox News.
Dr. O’Neil said it was hard to tell how well the robots are performing.
Doctors will do a series of tests and take a few photos to determine if they are doing what they should be doing, and then they’ll send them to the hospital.
But the new system allows doctors to quickly send the robots in to help, and in the case of a critical illness, they can quickly move to the operating room.
This is a huge change, he said.
When he started working at the hospital in the 1990s, the only way to perform an operation was to use a robotic arm.
The robotic arm was too bulky.
Now, we have robots that can be put on a table in our operating rooms.
Dr O’Neal said he would not be surprised if more than 1,000 doctors at the children’s center have taken the robots to the emergency room for an urgent case.
It’s a big change, Dr. O`Neill said, and he wants to see the robots do their job better than they have before.
We have to figure out how to get them out there more quickly.
The robots can be brought in and the patient can see the robot before they are placed in the operating table.
That’s what makes this so exciting.
When you’re dealing with a situation like this, you’re not just doing the basic things.
It’s really about understanding what is going on and then making decisions on how best to handle it, he added.