What are the other applications of minimally invasive spine surgery robots in spine surgery?

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With the continuous development of science and technology, artificial intelligence and robotics are more and more widely used in the medical field. In recent years, minimally invasive spine surgery robot, as a new type of medical device, has achieved remarkable results in spine surgery.Perlove’s minimally invasive spine surgery robot can assist doctors in achieving a predictable, highly accurate, and fully visualized surgical experience through preoperative surgical planning, precise positioning of the robotic arm during surgery, and navigational surgical visualization.

Minimally invasive spine surgery robot

The following will discuss the application prospects of minimally invasive spine surgery robots in spine surgery.

Minimally invasive spine surgery robot is a kind of medical device that adopts advanced robotic technology and precise navigation system to realize precise positioning and treatment of patients’ spinal lesions through computer control. It has the advantages of easy operation, small trauma, fast recovery, etc., and has become an important treatment means in the field of spinal surgery.

First of all, minimally invasive spine surgery robot can realize precise lesion removal. Traditional spine surgeries often require open incisions, with long postoperative recovery time, and are prone to complications. The minimally invasive spine surgery robot can achieve precise resection of the lesion through the accurate positioning of the navigation system, which reduces the damage to the surrounding normal tissues and lowers the incidence of postoperative complications. At the same time, due to the smaller incision, the post-operative pain is less severe and the patient’s recovery speed is relatively faster.

Robot planning diagram

Robot-assisted intraoperative image

Secondly, minimally invasive spine surgery robots can improve the safety of surgery. In traditional spine surgery, doctors need to rely on their own experience and feeling to operate the instruments, which is easily affected by fatigue, tension and other factors, resulting in mistakes during the surgery. The minimally invasive spine surgery robot can be precisely controlled by a computerized system, which avoids the influence of human factors on the surgical process and improves the safety of the surgery.

In addition, minimally invasive spinal surgery robot can also improve the efficacy of surgery. Due to its precise localization function, it can ensure the accuracy of lesion removal, thus improving the effect of surgical treatment. At the same time, the minimally invasive spine surgery robot can also realize the combination of a variety of minimally invasive surgical modalities, such as percutaneous intervertebral foramenoscopy surgery, discectomy, etc., to provide patients with a more personalized treatment plan.

Of course, minimally invasive spine surgery robots still face some challenges in clinical application. For example, the high price of the equipment makes it difficult for some medical institutions to afford it; doctors need to receive specialized training to master the use of the equipment; patients may have concerns when choosing a surgical procedure because of their lack of understanding of the new technology. However, with the continuous progress of technology and the expansion of the market, these problems will be gradually solved.

In conclusion, the minimally invasive spine surgery robot, as a new type of medical device, has a broad application prospect in the field of spine surgery. It can realize precise lesion removal, improve the safety and efficacy of surgery, and provide patients with more high-end medical services. With the continuous development and improvement of the technology, it is believed that the minimally invasive spine surgery robot will play an even more important role in the field of spine surgery in the future, bringing a better life to patients.

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