Laparoscopic Surgery Robotic Cameraman
The key attribute characteristic of the Robolens system is its novel design with the minimum number of degrees of freedom, i.e., four, and actuators, i.e., three, to fulfill all the surgeon’s requirements; this is a major advantage over the previous designs considering the cost and maintenance issues of the system when using in clinical practices. Furthermore, there is no moving part on top of the patient body and all actuators are located at a higher level than the surgeon’s head providing a larger workspace for the surgeon and clinical staff. Also, for safety reasons, the movements are stopped automatically if continued longer than 6 seconds or if the electrical motors are overloaded due to the contact of lens with body tis- sues or other objects. The system is equipped with a foot pedal and a voice recognition system to move up/down or left/right and zoom in/out, according to the command of surgeon. Several technical and safety tests were conducted on the Robolens system, including manipulability, trajec- tory accuracy, electrical safety, etc. After these tests were successfully done, the system was tested clinical- ly by three surgeons in Imam Khomeini Hospital dur- ing different laparoscopic procedures on human sam- ples and the efficacy of the system was evaluated. Results of laparoscopic Cholecystectomy on two groups of patients indicated that the operating period, image stability and the number of times necessary to clean the lens improved when using the robotic cam- eraman. Robolens system is now in the process of commercialization and at the same time further research is being conducted to add a more sophisti- cated automated motion control mode to the system in which the endoscope is kept aimed at an anatomic target or track a surgical instrument by using com-puter vision.
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Model: OpticVision & ImageVision
Surgical field: Neurologic, Ear, Nose and Throat, Spine and Maxillofacial Surgery
A comprehensive and high performance surgical navigation system for dental surgeries
A high performance surgical navigation system for ENT surgeries
LP simulator

Every single method of diagnostic and therapeutic has the risks of its own, hence the Lumbar Puncture is not safe either. The main risk that threatens the patients in the Invasive operation is the probability of any contact happening in between the epidural catheter and the cord tissue, which may cause serious harm and pain.

The lumbar puncture simulator has been designed to eradicate the risk of harm to the patients. It has been designed by medical education specialists to allow students and medical professionals to practice as frequently as enough and to achieve high levels of procedural competence and to enhance formal LP procedural skills abilities via training and assessment.
About The Simulator
The lumbar puncture simulator simulates the lumbar spine s L2 to L5 because as you move downwards from L1 the caudal equine can be encountered and thus the risk of spinal cord injury reduces significantly.
The spinal cord inside the cover is called the meninges and the fluid that fills the space between the spinal cord and the meninges is called the cerebrospinal fluid. In fact the cerebrospinal fluid is between the spine and the cord tissue which are the features simulated in our model.
usually, as soon as the tip of the epidural catheter passing the meninges reaches the cerebrospinal fluid, fluid sample is taken and if the amount of sample collected isn’t enough it can be ensured for an extra 2 to 3 mm (in individual cases). in this state a few drops are taken from the cerebrospinal fluid and then the needle is ejected.

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