In modern medicine, all operational operations are performed by robots, and Croatia has acquired its first robot, which had 15 million kunas (about 2 million euros) with grants from EU funds.
A new robot was introduced at the National Center for Robotic Surgery at the patient-clinical center (KBC) Zagreb, which started work three weeks ago, and so far, five patients have been implemented as part of doctors' education.
The launch of the robot was also attended by Prime Minister Andrej Plenkov, who assessed him as a superb technological development in the field of Croatian medicine, to which patients would receive a better service, according to Index.hr.
"Croatia is a member of the EU, and EU funds are available, so that technologists can improve many Croatian hospitals, and the government will continue to do so," said prime minister t .
So far, around 20 mothers, urologists and abdominal surgeons have passed education, and Zagreb should soon become an education center for doctors from Graz, where they also buy equipment of this kind.
The Urological Clinic reported that five operations had been carried out during the training to date, three kidneys and two on the inflammatory beds.