Design And Development Of A Flexible Robotic Operative Microscope For Surgical Applications
EMBS Academy. Doshi R. 07/20/20; 306921; 2153
Ronak Doshi
Ronak Doshi
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Nbr: 2153
Author: Doshi, Ronak
Co-Authors: Doshi, Ronak; Ramsankar, Arvind; Reddy, Aravind; Arumalla, Kirit; Mahadevan, Anita; Vazhiyal, Vikas; Rao, Madhav
Affiliation: International Institute of Information Technology Bangalore

Session Title: 1 Page Research Abstracts

The surgical flexible operative microscope is primarily designed with an aim to enhance the range of view for surgeons during surgical practices. The existing surgical tools do not allow an angular field of view, thereby limiting depth information, which is critical for neurosurgical analysis and any further surgical actions. The proposed neurosurgical setup offers 5 degrees of freedom (DOF) which allows the movement of the probe in three translational directions to reach a specific region of interest, and enables additional angular motion in pitch and yaw direction to view the depth information.

Keywords: Surgical robotics, Robot-aided surgery - Wireless systems, Robot-aided surgery - Targeted therapy
Nbr: 2153
Author: Doshi, Ronak
Co-Authors: Doshi, Ronak; Ramsankar, Arvind; Reddy, Aravind; Arumalla, Kirit; Mahadevan, Anita; Vazhiyal, Vikas; Rao, Madhav
Affiliation: International Institute of Information Technology Bangalore

Session Title: 1 Page Research Abstracts

The surgical flexible operative microscope is primarily designed with an aim to enhance the range of view for surgeons during surgical practices. The existing surgical tools do not allow an angular field of view, thereby limiting depth information, which is critical for neurosurgical analysis and any further surgical actions. The proposed neurosurgical setup offers 5 degrees of freedom (DOF) which allows the movement of the probe in three translational directions to reach a specific region of interest, and enables additional angular motion in pitch and yaw direction to view the depth information.

Keywords: Surgical robotics, Robot-aided surgery - Wireless systems, Robot-aided surgery - Targeted therapy
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