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5G Could Finally Herald the Era of Wireless Surgery

The network’s low latency may finally allow remote operations

TThough it may still sound like science fiction, over the past 15 years, robotic-assisted surgeries have become practically commonplace. The vast majority of these operations are performed by the da Vinci surgical system, a four-armed, minimally invasive surgical robot…




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