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Semi-manual mastoidectomy assisted by human-robot collaborative control - A temporal bone replica study

Title
Semi-manual mastoidectomy assisted by human-robot collaborative control - A temporal bone replica study
Authors
Lim, H[Lim, Hoon]Matsumoto, N[Matsumoto, Nozomu]Cho, B[Cho, Byunghyun]Hong, J[Hong, Jaesung]Yamashita, M[Yamashita, Makoto]Hashizume, M[Hashizume, Makoto]Yi, BJ[Yi, Byung-Ju]
DGIST Authors
Hong, J[Hong, Jaesung]
Issue Date
2016-04
Citation
Auris Nasus Larynx, 43(2), 161-165
Type
Article
Article Type
Article
Keywords
Clinical EffectivenessFacial NerveFeasibility StudyHumanImage GuidanceMastoidectomyOperation DurationOutcome AssessmentPatient SafetyPost-Operative PeriodProcess DevelopmentProduct DevelopmentRobot Assisted SurgerySurgical ApproachWarning System
ISSN
0385-8146
Abstract
Objective: To develop an otological robot that can protect important organs from being injured. Methods: We developed a five degree-of-freedom robot for otological surgery. Unlike the other robots that were reported previously, our robot does not replace surgeon's procedures, but instead utilizes human-robot collaborative control. The robot basically releases all of the actuators so that the surgeon can manipulate the drill within the robot's working area with minimal restriction. When the drill reaches a forbidden area, the surgeon feels as if the drill hits a wall. Results: When an engineer performed mastoidectomy using the robot for assistance, the facial nerve in the segmented region was always protected with a more than 2.5 mm margin, which was almost the same as the pre-set safety margin of 3 mm. Conclusion: Semi-manual drilling using human-robot collaborative control was feasible, and may hold a realistic prospect of clinical use in the near future. © 2015 Elsevier Ireland Ltd.
URI
http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11750/2705
DOI
10.1016/j.anl.2015.08.008
Publisher
Elsevier Ltd
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Collection:
Robotics EngineeringETC1. Journal Articles


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