Robotic surgery provides some relief for the cancer patients against the persistent cancer disease. The cancer patients look towards them for precision during radiation and chemotherapy.
Robotic surgery or Robot-assisted surgery integrates advanced computer technology with the experience of the skilled surgeons. Technology provides the surgeon with three-dimensional computer graphics (3D-image) of the bodies convoluted structure.
The surgeon uses controls in the comfort to manipulate special surgical instruments that are smaller, as more flexible and maneuverable than the human hand. An automaton replicates the surgeon’s hand movements, as minimize hand vibration.
Patients diagnosed with a condition requiring surgery, Recently they have options included traditional surgery with a large open incision or laparoscopy, which uses small incisions but is typically limited to very simple actions.
Here is a new category in surgical technology of simply enveloping surgery for which have been an applicant It’s an effective, minimally invasive alternative to both open surgery and laparoscopy. Imagine a major surgery performed through the smallest of incisions and encircling the benefits of a definitive treatment with radically less pain, a shorter hospital stay, faster recovery and return to normal activities.
Robotic Surgical :
• Robotic Cancer Surgery
• Robotic Surgery in Gynecology
• Robotic Urology
• Robotics in Colorectal Surgery
• Robotics in Spine Surgery
Robots have long captured our imagination and are being used progressively more in health care. Summarize, systematize and criticize the health care robotics literature and highlight how the social and technical elements of robots iteratively influence and redefine each other. The need for increased emphasis on sociological dimensions of using robots, recognizing how social and work relations are restructured during changes in practice. Further, we propose the usefulness of a service logic in providing insight as to how robots can influence health care innovation.