The Med-assist was a device created by Medicus and funded by United States investments.
Design and Function Edit
The Med-assist was capable of guiding soldiers through caring for different battle injuries, such as surgery tutorials and drug administrations. Essentially, the Med-assist was meant a a pocket consultant for soldiers. Other countries such as New Zealand began to jump onto the project after the initial success in the United States.
The voice of United States version of the Med-assist was Kim Arnsbrach. She was selected after Mazer Rackham and several other New Zealand soldiers preferred her voice in a focus group. However, Kim did not want her voice used for the New Zealand Kiwi version, which she was helping to develop.
The earlier versions of the med-assist would call a doctor if necessary, but that function was removed when it proved to be unfeasible.