Robotics and Computer Assisted Surgery

Robotic surgery has been rapidly adopted by hospitals in the United States and Europe for use in the treatment of a wide range of conditions.The most widely used clinical robotic surgical system includes a camera arm and mechanical arms with surgical instruments attached to them. The surgeon controls the arms while seated at a computer console near the operating table. The console gives the surgeon a high-definition, magnified, 3-D view of the surgical site. The surgeon leads other team members who assist during the operation.Computer-assisted or robotic surgery has been developed to facilitate surgeon hand motions in limited operating spaces. These devices offer advantages such as improved access, magnified vision, and stabilized instrument implementation. Standard endoscopic instruments, with only four degrees of freedom, reduce operative dexterity significantly.

  • Robotic Gynecologic Surgery
  • Robotic Prostate Surgery
  • Robotic Kidney Surgery
  • Robotic Colorectal Surgery
  • Single-Site Robotic Gallbladder Surgery

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