Matsu-Gravas GV-4 Nightingale medical bot


The '''Matsu-Gravas GV-4 Nightingale Medical bot''' is a type of medical and transplant bot developed by Matsu-Gravas which appears only in ''Deus Ex''. It is replaced by the Piezochem A-V810 Medical bot in ''Deus Ex: Invisible War''.

{{Quote|The Matsu-Gravas GV-4 is the newest addition to the M-G line, their first foray into the medical bot category largely monopolized by Page Industries and Chiang subsidiary HealTech. Unlike the competing Page or HealTech units, the M-G GV-4 benefits from a completely proprietary operating system -- developed at M-G's research campus in Prague -- that promises to revolutionize automated healing by combining a comprehensive medical and pharmaceutical database with M-G's already proven autonomous heuristic routines. While actual field data is sketchy at this point in time, anecdotal evidence suggests that the GV-4 can heal wounds far beyond the capabilities of any other competing model, though it does require a substantial recharging period...|A datacube of JANINE'S BOTS SPECS AND OVERVIEW}}

Medbots are semi-autonomous mobile surgery units. A medbot can heal up to 300 points of physical damage when used. The same medbot can be used any number of times, but they require one minute to recharge between uses. Medbots are also necessary to install new nano-augmentation|augmentations from an augmentation canister. The main limiting factor with medbots is that you have to go where they are — you can’t take one with you.

*Liberty Island, three medical bots can be found hidden in a container.
*UNATCO HQ, can be found in the medical center in level 3.
*Free Clinic, has a medbot inside one of its rooms.
*NSF HQ in New York, Inside the computer room.
*Majestic 12 Facility, inside a prison cell.

*The bot is simply tagged as "Med-bot" in-game.
*The augmentation upgrade canister does not require a med-bot to be used.
*The bot is presumably named after English nurse Florence Nightingale.

==See also==
Category:Deus Ex bots