BioCam Survival Sarcophagus

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Copyright: GenHomia Worldwide Corp. / © 19/03/2108

History

The LifeKover sarcophagus emerged as a technological response to the advances in genomic engineering of the past 21st century. As the previous step to genetic reGeneration, clinical monitoring of the population allowed to anticipate and maintain the appropriate therapy for each patient during their displacements, both from the point of crisis to the nearest hospital, and from one floor to another within the therapy centre or between different centres.

 

The BioCam robotic stretcher system optimizes postural immobilization and allows the use of robotic mechanisms that are more precise and reliable than traditional humans.

 

The sarcophagus adapts to the stretcher and carries a tomographic scan arch for rapid fracture detection. Thanks to its intelligent double femoral line system, it can administer stabilizing and therapeutic substances to the patient. Through these same routes, the blood and DNA samples used by the system for diagnosis are extracted.

 

The LifeKover system operates connected to the reGenerative biotype databases of the Global Health Network, so different replacement tissues and organs of the patient can start being printed at the destination hospital during the transfer.

 

The most widespread model can accommodate people up to 2000 mm in height. For larger sizes, there is a size 2400 model, demographically distributed according to the census of each SocioSystem. There is a smaller model for newborns and children up to size 1000.

Characteristics

CAPACITY:                                          1 body sizes 1000 to 2000 mm

RANGE:                                              30 hours of oxygen, 72 horas of power.

POWER SOURCE:                               Batteries / SocioSystemic Electric Grid

ECOENERGETIC RATIO:                      0.650

DIMENSIONS:                                     2,572 x 770 x 603 mm

STRETCHER TRANSFER HEIGHT:        748 mm