The development of surgical technology is to make the surgical effect continuously improved, surgical trauma continuously reduced, surgical safety continuously enhanced. And to achieve such a goal, the surgeon’s operating precision , operating ability put forward high requirements. Doctors are limited by the human physiological structure, in positioning accuracy, repeat positioning accuracy, operating accuracy, operating stability, load capacity, fatigue resistance, resistance to radiation spikes, etc., and these are exactly where the advantages of computers and robots lie.
(1) Reduction of surgical trauma. One of the main goals of navigational robotic systems is to reduce surgical trauma and to make the operation close to traditional surgical treatment, while minimizing the negative effects of surgery after the operation.
(2) Improve surgical precision. At present, the clinical precision of domestic navigation and guarding robots can generally reach the sub-millimeter level, while the spinal surgery navigation system of Perlove Medical, through the combination of self-developed three-dimensional C-arms and spinal navigation robots, can further realize the precise positioning of the planning and the actual needle insertion, with a clinical precision of no more than 0.7mm.
(3) Improve the reliability and safety of surgery. Reduce the trauma of surgery and improve the accuracy of surgery, thus reducing the adverse consequences caused to the patient after surgery and reducing the risk of complications.
(4) Reduce the length of surgery. Although the ultimate goal of the navigation robot is to improve the quality of surgery, in some cases, its clinical value lies in its ability to significantly reduce the length of surgery.
(6) Reduce the danger of medical staff. Radiation fluoroscopy is often required several times in traditional surgical procedures. The Perlove Medical Spine Surgery Navigation System can be used for one-time planning and precise nailing placement through the precise positioning of three-dimensional images, which reduces the exposure time of medical staff to radiation.