With the continuous development of science and technology, the application of robotics in the medical field is becoming more and more widespread. Among them, orthopedic robots, as an emerging technological tool, are gradually changing the way doctors work and the treatment experience of patients. So, what is the impact of orthopedic robots on doctors?
Traditional orthopedic surgery requires doctors to complete it through visual observation and manual operation, which is prone to errors and accidents. Orthopaedic robots can help doctors complete surgeries more accurately through high-precision positioning and operation. For example, in spinal surgery, orthopedic robots can present the patient’s bone structure clearly in front of the doctor’s eyes through three-dimensional reconstruction technology, thus avoiding incorrect cuts or injuries during surgery. In addition, the orthopedic robot can also monitor the surgical process in real time and provide early warning through the intelligent control system, which improves the safety and reliability of the surgery.
Perlove Medical is the first manufacturer in China to have the whole process solution of “Orthopaedic Robotics + 3D Imaging”. With the integrated adaptive alignment technology, automatic registration and alignment can be realized, and the accuracy is not affected by the quality of the image. The clinical precision is sub-millimeter (≤0.7mm), which greatly improves the accuracy and repeatability of surgery.
Traditional orthopedic surgery requires doctors to spend a lot of time and energy to complete, and bleeding and other complications may occur during surgery. Orthopedic robots can greatly shorten the operation time and reduce bleeding through automated operation and fast response speed. For example, in spinal fusion surgery, orthopedic robots can quickly complete the process of bone grafting and fixation through accurate positioning and cutting, thus shortening the operation time and reducing bleeding. This not only facilitates the recovery and rehabilitation of patients, but also reduces the workload of doctors.
Traditional orthopedic surgery requires doctors to perform a lot of manual operations and repeated adjustments, which is both time-consuming and laborious. And orthopedic robots can greatly improve the efficiency and quality of doctors’ work through automated operation and intelligent control. For example, in fracture repositioning surgery, orthopedic robots can quickly find the correct position and reposition it through an intelligent navigation system, avoiding repeated adjustments and corrections in traditional surgery. In addition, orthopedic robots can help doctors find problems and make improvements in time through data analysis and feedback system, which improves the quality and effect of surgery.
The application of orthopedic robots can not only improve the efficiency and quality of doctors’ work, but also promote the development of medical education and scientific research. For example, in medical education, orthopedic robots can be used as a teaching tool to help students better understand and master the basic knowledge and skills of orthopedic surgery; in scientific research, orthopedic robots can be used as a research platform to help scientists carry out in-depth research and exploration. These applications can not only promote the progress of medical education and research, but also provide new ideas and methods for the development of future medical technology.