How the Intelligent Surgical Navigation Robot Reduces Surgical Risks?

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After 2010, global surgery has entered the robot era one after another, and many domestic intelligent surgical navigation robot projects have begun to enter the clinic one after another. Intelligent surgical navigation robots, whose core functions include precise, customised 3D pre-operative programmes, improved image clarity at the surgical site, reduced tremor and improved surgical precision, reduced damage to healthy bones and tissues, reduced blood loss, protection of the nerves, shorter hospital stays and faster recovery. In the field of orthopaedics, the answer to the question is becoming clearer with the gradual spread of intelligent surgical navigation robots. Relying on 20 years of deep ploughing in the field of medical imaging, Nanjing Perlove Medical launched the “PL300B spinal surgery navigation and positioning system“, which aroused widespread concern in the market. Intelligent surgical navigation robot how to reduce the risk of surgery, PL300B gives its own answer.

1.3D intraoperative image

Perlove Medical Intelligent Surgical Navigation Robot is used with the self-developed and produced flat 3D C-arm. Through the 3D intraoperative image, the surgeon can observe the appropriate surgical access from all directions and measure the key data, thus avoiding the danger zone to a large extent.

2.Sub-millimetre accuracy

Equipped with a high-precision optical tracking system and robotic arm, Perlove Medical intelligent surgical navigation robot guides the surgeon to conduct surgical planning based on 3D image data, using surgical planning software, and assists in locating implants or surgical instruments, with a precision of sub-millimetre level.

3.Dynamic tracking of body position

Perlove Medical Intelligent Surgical Navigation Robot captures real-time information about the position of surgical instruments, which can automatically compensate for positioning errors caused by the patient’s respiration or other reasons, ensure that the surgical path is consistent with the planning path, and safeguard the precision and stability of the surgery.

4.Minimally invasive skin incision

Traditional open surgery needs to expose the visible field of view of the surgery so that the doctor can get more judgement information, large surgical incision and long postoperative recovery time. In the minimally invasive surgery assisted by Perlove Medical intelligent surgical navigation robot, the surgical incision is only a small incision of about 1~2cm, with small trauma and fast recovery.

Intelligent surgical navigation robot for intraoperative applications

At present, Perlove Medical Intelligent Surgical Navigation Robot has been put into use in Jiangsu Provincial People’s Hospital, the Second Affiliated Hospital of Nanjing Medical University and many other hospitals, with good clinical feedback, helping doctors and patients to reduce the risk of surgery with remarkable results.

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