Taking the new lens-holding robotic arm as an example, it is designed for the needs of surgical operations such as digestive system, obstetrics and gynecology, and urology. Through the registration point of the endoscope puncture cannula (Trocar) as the center point of movement and rotation, the virtual position of the cannula is memorized, so that the mirror-holding arm moves with the positioning point as the axis, and the optimal movement method is automatically calculated, which can be provided during the operation. While stabilizing the endoscopic image, it can also prevent the endoscope from pulling and expanding the surgical wound, which is helpful for surgeons to improve the accuracy of minimally invasive surgery and maintain stable support and flexible positioning capabilities.
compilation_Picture 4 The new lens-holding robotic arm uses the computer to register the Trocar puncture cannula as the center point of movement/rotation, memorizes the virtual position of the laparoscopic cannula, allows the lens-holding arm to move around the positioning point, and automatically calculates the optimal movement method. Avoid pulling on the number list surgical wound to widen it. Small chambers can also be easily accessed, and the new lens-holding robotic arm is lighter in size and more flexible in angle Compared with abdominal cavity and thoracic cavity, for ENT and skull base surgery, physicians have to face smaller chambers. In order to avoid touching important nerve tissue and blood vessels, it is more necessary to rely on the precise movement and angle of the endoscope.
compilation_Picture 5 Another new type of robotic mirror-holding arm with 6 joints can simulate the human hand to move at multiple angles, assisting doctors to penetrate the surgical site more accurately. In addition to the above-mentioned differences between the mirror-holding robotic arm and the traditional manual mirror-holding, for hospitals and physicians, the mirror-holding robotic arm is more flexible in manpower scheduling, which can reduce the visual fatigue and posture fatigue of doctors and nurses. For patients, the stable surgical image provided by the mirror-holding robotic arm can help improve the quality of surgery, reduce operation time and complications, and allow patients to return to work or life safely and quickly. Source of information: Youxin Medical Group, Director of General Surgery Liu Xincheng of Daqian Hospital;