Published On: Sun, Jan 24th, 2016

This wearable chair from Japan helps surgeons through long hours of surgery

This wearable chair from Japan helps surgeons through long hours of surgery

 

As IT industry workers normally work facing to desktops or laptops, more than a few of them are willing to use items like a standing desk to avoid sitting at work for all day. While there are many jobs that let people work while standing, one of the hardest is probably surgical operations which force surgeons to keep standing for long hours.

A wearable chair called Archelis (meaning ‘walkable chair’ in Japanese) is designed for surgeons, allowing them to sit during surgery, thus reducing fatigue during long and physically demanding operations. It was developed for people in the medical field, but it can also help any worker in any industry who must stand for long periods.

 

Read the full story at VentureBeat by Yukari Mitsuhashi, The Bridge

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