In Canada, scientists have invented how to inject without a needle

Today, more and more inventions are emerging that can make our lives much easier. Experiments that can be useful for modern medicine are especially relevant at this time.

Experts from the Canadian company have created the world’s first robot that can perform intramuscular injections without the use of a needle. According to Waterloo News, the system is designed to solve the problem of queues for vaccination in a pandemic, and later be useful for quality work in hospitals.

The robot determines the presence of man. The laser sensor, built into the robot’s arm, then draws a 3D map of the patient’s body and selects the injection site. Only then the vial with the vaccine or other drug is issued from a special storage. A special jet under high pressure is injected into the skin hole. With this method, no marks and bruises remain on the body.