The review discusses the current state of exoskeletons designed for medical care and occupational safety in industries. It categorizes exoskeletons based on their features and their fit on the human body. The review analyzes relevant articles from various databases, extracting 91 primary studies out of 359. It emphasizes the importance of collaboration between researchers, designers, healthcare professionals, and the industry for the future of exoskeletons in enhancing workplace health and safety. As technology advances and understanding of human-device interaction grows, exoskeletons are expected to continue improving working conditions and safety in diverse environments.
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