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Preliminary in vivo evaluation of a needle insertion manipulator for central venous catheterization

Title
Preliminary in vivo evaluation of a needle insertion manipulator for central venous catheterization
Authors
Kobayashi, YoHamano, RyutaroWatanabe, HirokiKoike, TakumaHong, Jae SungToyoda, KazutakaUemura, MunenoriIeiri, SatoshiTomikawa, MorimasaOhdaira, TakeshiHashizume, MakotoFujie, Masakatsu G.
DGIST Authors
Hong, Jae Sung
Issue Date
2014-12
Citation
ROBOMECH Journal, 1(1), 1-7
Type
Article
Article Type
Article
Keywords
Central Venous CatheterizationNeedle InsertionSurgical Robot
ISSN
2197-4225
Abstract
Central venous catheterization is associated with potential complications secondary to accidental puncture, including venous bleeding and pneumothorax. We developed a system that avoids these complications and simplifies the procedure using a robot to provide puncture assistance. We herein report a puncture experiment conducted in vivo in a porcine to evaluate the manipulator. The right and left jugular veins of a pig were punctured five times each through both opened and unopened skin at a puncture angle and speed. A venous placement rate of 80% was obtained with opened skin. A much lower rate of 40% was obtained with unopened skin. One of five attempts in opened skin was unsuccessful, likely because of the stick-slip phenomenon. This system was effective for jugular venous puncture of opened skin. Future studies should focus on puncture conditions that facilitate needle placement, inhibit the stick-slip phenomenon, and minimize needle bending due to the presence of skin. © 2014 Kobayashi et al.; licensee Springer.
URI
http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11750/3140
DOI
10.1186/s40648-014-0018-3
Publisher
Springer Verlag
Related Researcher
  • Author Hong, Jaesung Surgical Robotics Lab
  • Research Interests Surgical Navigation; Surgical Robot; Medical Imaging; 영상유도수술로봇; 수술네비게이션
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Department of Robotics EngineeringSurgical Robotics Lab1. Journal Articles


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