What kind of surgeries can Surgery Robot do?

697 Views

Surgical robots originated in the 1980s, and after decades of development, they are now widely used in general surgery, urology, cardiovascular surgery and many other fields. One of the significance of the existence of surgical robots is to directly expand the ability of surgery, with the help of minimally invasive surgery and related underlying technology, can be from the visual, auditory and tactile to provide support for the surgeon to carry out surgical operations, applicable to minimally invasive surgical field higher than the human ability to realize the precise control of surgical instruments.

What kind of surgery can a surgical robot do? Different types of surgical robots have their own strengths, the following will be introduced from the clinical field in the high degree of participation in the cavity surgical robot, orthopedic surgical robot, pan-vascular surgical robot, through the natural cavity surgical robot and percutaneous puncture surgical robot.

What kind of surgeries can a laparoscopic surgical robot perform?

Laparoscopic surgery robot can complete a variety of complex minimally invasive surgery, the scope of application includes urology, gynecology, thoracic surgery and general surgery, such as urology prostatectomy, gynecology gynecological laparoscopic surgery, thoracic surgery lobectomy, thymectomy, esophageal cancer radical surgery, general surgery of the liver, gallbladder and pancreas surgery, gastrointestinal surgery and thyroid surgery.

What kind of surgery can the orthopedic surgery robot do?

At present, orthopedic surgery robots mainly do three types of surgery, joint replacement surgery, spine surgery and orthopedic trauma surgery. Robot-assisted joint replacement surgery is most widely used in these three surgeries, which can be divided into total knee arthroplasty (TKA), unicondylar knee arthroplasty (UKA) and total hip arthroplasty (THA).

Spine Surgery Robot

The effect of using orthopedic surgical robots is obvious. Take the domestic orthopedic surgical robot PL300B as an example, the device is mainly used for open and minimally invasive spine surgery, and cooperates with mobile C-arm X-ray machine to complete the positioning of surgical instruments or implants with the assistance of a mechanical arm. In traditional minimally invasive skin incision surgery, the visible field of view of the surgery needs to be exposed in order for the surgeon to obtain more judgmental information, with a large surgical incision and a long postoperative recovery time. In minimally invasive orthopedic surgery with the assistance of the PANAVISION PL300B minimally invasive surgical robot, the surgical incision is only a small incision of about 1~2 cm.

What kind of surgeries can the Pan-Vascular Surgical Robot perform?

The Pan-Vascular Surgery Robot is used to treat diseases of the blood vessels or related organs in the heart, brain or peripheral vascular system. In pan-vascular surgery, the surgeon punctures the patient’s skin, inserts a puncture needle and sheath sequentially into a large blood vessel, and then guides a long, thin guidewire through the blood vessel to reach the target site in the heart, brain, or peripheral vascular system.

What kind of procedures can the Transthoracic Surgical Robot perform?

Transluminal surgical robots are robots that enter the target site through the body’s natural pathways, such as the respiratory tract or esophagus, and control it for diagnosis or surgery. Nowadays, it is mostly used in bronchoscopy (lung examination), colonoscopy (intestinal examination) and gastroscopy (stomach examination), and there are international cases for gynecological surgical treatment.

What kind of surgeries can the Percutaneous Transluminal Surgery Robot perform?

The role of the percutaneous paracentesis robot is to collect tissue samples for subsequent diagnostic procedures, such as the detection of early stage lung, breast and prostate cancer. During a biopsy procedure, tissue samples are removed from the suspected target anatomical structures for further pathological examination.

Facebook
Twitter
LinkedIn

Rencent News