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The Integrated LSTAT (Life Support Trauma And Transport) Robot Diagnostic System is being developed by the Bio Robotics Lab at the Carnegie Mellon University. The LSTAT system incorporates many of the functions of an ICU, but is contained entirely within a stretcher. It houses a defibrillator, an oxygen supply, a ventilator, and various forms of physiological monitoring. It was built and developed by Integrated Medical Systems, Inc., and is currently in operational use in military support in the U.S. and Overseas. The completed system will provide a key component to the DARPA (Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency) Trauma POD & Mobile Operating Room of the Future Program.
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