However, the evidence keeps piling up.
Here is another example...computer administered and monitored anesthetics. The computer system called Sedasys is approved by the FDA and working. It is currently used in limited areas where sedation is needed, but do we really think its use won't grow?
A great overview is available from the Washington Post.
This overview from Today Health includes a video of a patient using the system.
I wouldn't be surprised if we get to the point in years to come where it will seem strange to consider having a person in charge of anesthetizing someone; a person with human foibles rather than a computer that monitors all of the vitals many times per second.
And some think that education is immune to change...really?