How can orthopedic surgical robots reduce surgical risks?


What are the measures to reduce surgical risks? In the field of orthopedics, with the gradual popularization of orthopedic surgical robots, the answers to questions are becoming increasingly clear.

After 2010, global surgery has gradually entered the era of robotics, and many domestic robot projects have begun to enter clinical practice. Orthopedic surgical robots are a rapidly developing branch, with core functions including precision, customized 3D preoperative plans, improved image clarity of surgical sites, reduced tremors and improved surgical accuracy, reduced damage to healthy bones and tissues, reduced blood loss, nerve protection, shortened hospital stay, and accelerated recovery.

2022 is defined as the year of landing of surgical robots, and multiple domestic surgical robots have obtained registration and approval from the National Medical Products Administration. Among them, Nanjing Puai Medical relies on 20 years of deep cultivation in the field of medical imaging to launch the “PL300B Spinal Surgery Navigation and Positioning System”, which has attracted widespread market attention.

How can orthopedic surgical robots reduce surgical risks? PL300B provided its own answer.

  1. 3D intraoperative images

The PL300B is used in conjunction with the flat 3D C-shaped arm independently developed and produced by Perlove Medical. Through three-dimensional intraoperative images, surgeons can observe suitable surgical approaches from various angles and perform key data measurements, thereby maximizing the avoidance of dangerous areas.

Orthopedic robot surgery – intraoperative imaging

  1. Sub millimeter accuracy

The PL300B is equipped with a high-precision optical tracking system and robotic arm, based on 3D image data, using surgical planning software to guide doctors in surgical planning, assist in locating implants or surgical instruments, and achieve sub millimeter level accuracy.

  1. Dynamic tracking of body position

The PL300B captures real-time pose information of surgical instruments and can automatically compensate for positioning errors caused by patient breathing or other reasons, ensuring that the surgical path is consistent with the planned path, ensuring the accuracy and stability of the surgery.

  1. Minimally invasive skin incision

Traditional open surgery requires exposing the visible field of view for doctors to obtain more judgment information. The surgical incision is large and the postoperative recovery time is long. In minimally invasive surgery assisted by orthopedic robots, the surgical incision is only a small incision of about 1-2 centimeters, with minimal trauma and fast recovery.

Orthopedic robot surgery – postoperative imaging

At present, the Perlove Medical Orthopedic Surgery Robot has been put into use in multiple hospitals such as Jiangsu Provincial People’s Hospital and the Second Affiliated Hospital of Nanjing Medical University, with good clinical feedback and significant effects in helping doctors and patients reduce surgical risks.


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