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FX-7 Medical Droid

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Name: FX-7 Medical Droid
Type: Medtech Industries FX-series Medical Assistant Droid
Degree: 1st Degree
Class: Medical Droid
Sensor Color: Black
Plating Color: Silver
Gender: Masculine programming
Personality Module: Elementary


Alien Species: 4D

(A) Bacta tank operation: 4D

(A) Injury/ailment diagnostics: 4D


First aid: 4D
(A) Medicine: 5D

Equipped With:
Medical computer scomp link: interface to adequate medical computer or surgeon
droid adds +2D to all medical skills.
Medical diagnostic computer and sensor
Analytical computer and sensors
20 light manipulator arms
Primary manipulator arm
Various surgical attachments
Hypodermic injectors (4D stun damage)
Medicine dispensers

Move: 0
Size: 1.7 meters tall
Cost: 3,500 (used only)

Background: The FX-7 model was a tall, cylindrical unit roughly symmetrical on all sides. It was equipped with a wide array of sophisticated appendages. Twenty retractable manipulator arms were the norm, but because medical needs varied from system to system, Medtech specifically designed the arms to be modular. Its main manipulator arm, which could extend up to one meter, was located near the upper half of the body, featuring a removable grasper able to be replaced with specific tools. The droid’s cap-like head, which could rotate 360 degrees, featured a cluster of sophisticated medical sensors and diagnostic equipment. Its main body contained a medicine/anesthesia dispensing hose and a control board manipulator. The standard FX-7 lacked a droid language vocoder, but was equipped with an expansion slot allowing for the addition of one. In lieu of vocal communication, the FX-7 had readout screens and a scomp link for direct access to medical computers or other droids. Medtech’s conceptual engineers did not consider mobility to be an important factor of the FX-7’s design, intending the droid to be placed at a specific medical station. However, an optional repulsorcart, also manufactured by Medtech, allowed the droid to be carried from place to place.

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