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State of the art in robots used in minimally invasive surgeries. Natural Orifice Transluminal Surgery (NOTES) as a particular case

AuthorsDíaz, Carlos Eduardo; Fernández Saavedra, Roemi E. ; Armada, Manuel ; De Jesús García Gutiérrez, F.
KeywordsMinimally Invasive Surgery (MIS)
Robotics
Flexible robotic instruments
State-of-the-art
Surgical robots
Natural Orifice Transluminal Surgery (NOTES)
Issue Date2015
PublisherEmerald Group Publishing
CitationCarlos Eduardo Díaz , Roemi Fernández , Manuel Armada , Felipe de Jesús García Gutiérrez , (2015) .State of the art in robots used in minimally invasive surgeries. Natural Orifice Transluminal Surgery (NOTES) as a particular case, Industrial Robot: An International Journal, Vol. 42 Iss: 6, pp.508 - 532
Abstract© Emerald Group Publishing Limited. Purpose - This paper aims to provide an insight into recent advancements and developments of robotics for Natural Orifice Transluminal Surgery (NOTES) procedures. Design/methodology/approach - Following an introduction that highlights the evolution from Minimally Invasive Surgery (MIS) to NOTES in the medical field, this paper reviews the main robotics systems that have been designed and implemented for MIS and NOTES, summarising their advantages and limitations and remarking the technological challenges and the requirements that still should be addressed and fulfilled. Findings - The state-of-the-art presented in this paper shows that the majority of the platforms created for NOTES are laboratory prototypes, and their performances are still far from being optimal. New solutions are required to solve the problems confronted by the proposed systems such as the limited number of DOFs, the limited resolution, the optimal fixation and stiffening of the instruments for enabling stable and precise operation, the effective transmission of forces to the tip tools, the improvement of the force feedback feeling and the proper visualization and spatial orientation of the surgical field. Advances in robotics can contribute significantly to the development and future implementation of the NOTES procedure. Originality/value - This paper highlights the current trends and challenges ahead in robotics applied to NOTES procedure.
Publisher version (URL)http://dx.doi.org/10.1108/IR-03-2015-0055
URI10261/129919
DOI10.1108/IR-03-2015-0055
ISSN0143-991X
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