With the progress and combination of medical imaging technology and precision machinery technology, more and more surgical navigation and positioning robots are beginning to enter the operating theatre of hospitals, either to assist in surgery or positioning. Perlove Medical surgical navigation and positioning robot, through the combination of computer and robotic arm, assists the doctor to establish a three-dimensional precision vision, guides the doctor to find a suitable surgical pathway more accurately and quickly, and effectively shortens the surgical operation time, so that the patient’s surgical trauma is smaller, the recovery is faster, and the therapeutic effect is better.
How does the Surgical Navigation and Positioning Robot perform surgery in a hospital?
Surgical navigation and positioning robot mainly uses in vitro laser positioning technology to effectively combine the medical image processing assistance system, robot and surgeon to achieve preoperative simulation of the surgical environment, planning surgical programme, planning surgical procedure, and intraoperatively automatically implement accurate spatial positioning of surgical instruments according to the proposed surgical programme and surgical procedure to reduce human tremor and surgeon’s workload, and it is a kind of precise, fast and safe It is a precise, fast and safe neurosurgery auxiliary system.
The Second Affiliated Hospital of Nanjing Medical University completed percutaneous internal fixation with percutaneous pedicle root nail rod system with the assistance of Perlove Medical orthopaedic surgical robot as an example, and the surgical process is as follows:
(1) Do a good job of preoperative preparation, the patient after successful anaesthesia, take the prone position, routine disinfection and spreading of towels, and sticking the skin protection film;
(2) Use Perlove Medical flat panel 3D C-arm to take orthopantomograms and lateral photographs of the lesion site, determine the exact location of the lumbar spine surgical segment, perform sterile disinfection, select the appropriate location for installing the patient’s tracer, and collect 3D images and send them to the Surgical Navigation and Positioning Robot System;
(3) On the surgical navigation and positioning robot system, according to the surgical needs, select the corresponding vertebral body and screw specifications, carry out the surgical path planning, and the surgeon in charge will design the point and angle of insertion of the screw;
(4) After the planning is completed, the robotic arm executes the planning commands, executes them in place, and the lead surgeon punches in the guiding pins, and after all the guiding pins are implanted, the holes are enlarged by the guiding pins using a reamer, and the screws are placed accurately.