What are the surgical areas involved in orthopedic spine surgery robots?

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Surgery? Or orthopedic surgery robot? Perhaps most people hear these words and have already begun to conjure up images of worry and fear. In addition to the pain caused by their own disease, the risk of surgery is perhaps the greatest fear patients have about having surgery. However, with the development of technology such as orthopedic spine surgery robots, the risk of surgery has been significantly reduced.

With the advantages of less clinical trauma, fewer complications, and faster post-operative recovery, orthopedic spine surgery robots have not only become a new way for major hospitals to treat patients with special conditions, but also a more cutting-edge, scientific, and hopefully risk-reducing medical option that is more widely recognized by patients.

Orthopedic surgery is not only related to human bones, but also involves multiple organs and imaging issues. As we all know, the anatomy of the human body’s motor system is complex, and often connected with important neurovascular tissues, traditional orthopedic surgery can not observe the internal structure of the human body, in the process of intraoperative positioning and other processes may cause intraoperative injuries and low accuracy of the operation.

Due to the rigid structure of the bones, it is more suitable for orthopedic spine surgery robot to carry out accurate positioning and operation, while the continuous progress and development of orthopedic surgery technology also put forward higher and higher requirements for surgical precision.

In addition, in the past, doctors could only use traditional X-ray machines. However, the traditional X-ray machine can only get an image in one direction every time it is positioned. Orthopaedic spine surgery robot can get the image of front and side at the same time in real time during the operation, accurate positioning, shorten the operation time, and reduce the dose of X-ray, which highlights the value of its application.

What kind of surgeries can the Orthopedic Spine Robot perform?

Orthopaedic spine surgery robot is a class of surgical robots subdivided, mainly used in three types of surgery, the scope of surgery:

1, full-segment spine surgery;

2, especially in the upper cervical spine disease, spinal deformity correction, spinal postoperative revision and sacroiliac joints, femoral neck, acetabulum and other parts of the surgery are superior;

3、It is extremely favorable for patients who are difficult to place nails in conventional surgeries such as pelvis and acetabulum, as well as some patients who are inconvenient to make multiple attempts to enter nails due to osteoporosis.

With its high degree of freedom and large effective workspace, the Perlove Medical Orthopaedic Spine Surgery Robot is widely used in multi-segmental spine surgery, including but not limited to: internal fixation with pedicle screws, internal fixation with hollow screws (cervical, lumbar, thoracic), percutaneous vertebroplasty.

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