How Orthopedic Surgical Robots Improve Surgical Safety?


With the continuous development of medical technology, surgical robots, as one of the representatives of high-end intelligent medical equipment, continue to change the traditional concept of surgery. At present, China’s surgical robots are in the early development stage, but because of its minimally invasive, simple, low-risk and other advantages, has been more and more people to accept and recognize, surgery has entered the era of intelligent development.

Taking orthopedics as an example, the emergence of orthopedic surgical robots has simplified the surgical process, with some key steps assisted by robots. With the assistance of robots, hospitals of different levels and doctors of different levels can achieve homogenized treatment results. Young doctors are able to complete more difficult and complex surgeries; experienced doctors with the help of robots are able to make the surgery more accurate, safer and less laborious.

Orthopedic surgery robot

So, orthopedic surgery robot to do surgery safety?

Orthopedic surgery robot belongs to the localization navigation surgery robot. Accuracy is a very important technical indicator of positioning and navigation surgical robots. Orthopaedic surgical robots are able to provide accurate positioning beyond artificial, reaching “sub-millimetre level”, which greatly improves the accuracy of nail placement. At the same time, it can complete the surgical planning and design before surgery, especially with its pair of navigation “eyes”, can realize navigation visualization, can help doctors track the surgical tools in real time, to help doctors accurately determine the position of the implant, greatly reducing the number of intraoperative fluoroscopy, reducing the dose of intraoperative radiation, and improving the safety of surgery.

Perlove Medical orthopedic surgical robots are used in multi-segment spine surgery, and their core functions include accurately customizing three-dimensional pre-operative plans, improving the clarity of images of the surgical site, reducing tremor and improving surgical precision, reducing damage to healthy bones and tissues, reducing blood loss, shortening hospital stays, and speeding up recovery, as well as lowering the radiation by decreasing the number of intraoperative fluoroscopies (X-rays). It effectively solves the problems of long operation time, high operation cost and line-eating by doctors, improves the safety and efficacy of surgery, realizes the homogenization of surgery, promotes the development of minimally invasive spine surgery, and provides technical and equipment support for the application and promotion of minimally invasive spine surgery in primary medical institutions.


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