A surgical Cockpit for Minimally Invasive Surgeryi: Hamlyn Symposium 2019 - Surgical Robot Challenge Finalists

Abstract : The Surgical Cockpit is a robotized platform for Minimally Invasive Surgery targeting the treatment of diseases affecting the digestive, urologic and gynaecologic systems. The platform is designed to assist and enhance the surgeon’s gesture without disrupting the customary surgical workflow, which is standardized according to the type of intervention. Existing surgical platforms feature a Master-Slave approach, where the surgeon remotely manipulates a master console that drives the instruments via a slave robot. On the contrary, the Surgical Cockpit does not cut off the close contact between the surgeon and their patient. The choice of lightweight, transparent robotic arms seamlessly fits into surgical frame: the robots are placed at the patient’s bedside and hold the tools and the endoscope, both conveniently fixed at the end-effector through magnetic clippers. This configuration enables a robot-surgeon co-manipulation paradigm.
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Mario Aricò, Jimmy da Silva, Lucas Joseph, Ignacio Avellino, Philippe Gauthier, et al.. A surgical Cockpit for Minimally Invasive Surgeryi: Hamlyn Symposium 2019 - Surgical Robot Challenge Finalists. [Research Report] Sorbonne Université. 2019. ⟨hal-02404391⟩

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