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    Session "Robotics in Medicine" at the forum of open innovation in 2014 (In Russian)
    Сессия "Роботизация в медицине" в рамках форума Открытые Инновации 2014

    Published on Dec 9, 2014

    Основная тема — тенденции на стыке технологий и новых моделей предоставления медицинских услуг. Роботы и механизмы различных типов и степени автоматизации способны сократить расходы, повысить качество операций и превратить медицинские учреждения в активных потребителей самых передовых технологий. В рамках сессии будут представлены примеры и опыт использования медицинских роботов в хирургии. Участники мероприятия также обсудят способны ли дорогие новые технологии значительно улучшить качество предоставления медицинских услуг?

    - Альберт Ефимов, Руководитель робототехнического центра, Фонд «Сколково»

    - Луис Джовтис, Основатель и главный технический архитектор системы, ValueBioTech
    - Дмитрий Пушкарь, Профессор, заведующий кафедрой урологии, Московский медико-стоматологический университет
    - Лоренс Хо, Профессор, заместитель декана, Медицинская школа им. Юн Лоо Лина, Национальный университет Сингапура; старший консультант, Отделение гастроэнтерологии и гепатологии медицинского факультета, Национальный университетский госпиталь
    - Алексей Шабунин, Доктор медицинских наук, Главный врач, профессор, ГБУЗ Москвы «Городская клиническая больница им. С. П. Боткина Департамента здравоохранения Москвы»; заведующий кафедрой госпитальной хирургии, РМАПО; главный хирург Департамента здравоохранения Москвы
    - Моше Шоам, Научный директор и сооснователь, Mazor Robotics
    - Ави Алиман , Основатель и директор по развитию бизнеса, ValueBioTech

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    The 2015 Innovative Surgical Robotics Forum (18 March 2015) - Teaser

    Published on Dec 11, 2014

    This event is for any healthcare professional, academic or company interested in discussing the challenges, current barriers and ways to move forward in the arena of surgical robots.
    The global market for medical robotics and computer-assisted surgical (MRCAS) equipment was worth nearly $2.7 billion in 2013. The market is projected to approach $3.3 billion in 2014 and $4.6 billion by 2019 for a CAGR of 7% for the five-year period, 2014 to 2019. Surgical robots dominate the global MRCAS market accounting for more than 70%.
    Robotic devices are extremely complex systems will require considerable amounts of R&D. Government support will therefore be crucial in these next 5 years.
    The 2015 Innovative Surgical Robotics Forum is a event jointly organised by the Special Interest Group: Robotics and Autonomous Systems, the EU and the Department of Informatics, King’s College London. Four EU FP7 projects (STIFF-FLOP, ?Ralp, CASCADE, and ReMeDi) leading the field of surgical robotics will exhibit their latest achievements. During this event, the aim is to identify market opportunities and the gaps between clinical, academic and industrial communities to establish a multidisciplinary community focused on the subject. We will facilitate the exploitation of robotics R&D by bringing together the different stakeholders and create the opportunity to form new partnerships and collaborative relationships.

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    How robots could be your future surgeons

    Published on Feb 4, 2015

    Doctors have been using robotics to assist with surgery for a couple of decades. But now, they're experimenting with teaching the robots to do more surgical tasks on their own. CNET's Kara Tsuboi reports on how surgeries in the future could be performed.

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    St. Francis Health Center :30 TV: "The Robot"
    March 9, 2013

    St. Francis Heart and Vascular center is the only place in the region with the expertise and the technology to turn major heart surgery into a minimally invasive procedure. Patients that might otherwise spend weeks in the hospital can often leave the same day. It's a huge competitive advantage and a huge plus for their patients. So we created this memorable and humorous spot to get attention and leave an impression.

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    Article "A robot will likely assist in your future surgery"
    Robots could put some operations into the hands of non-surgeons

    by Lucas Mearian
    March 2, 2016

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    Designer Frank Kolkman hacks 3D printer components to build DIY surgical robot

    Published on Apr 29, 2016

    Designer Frank Kolkman hacks 3D printer components to build DIY surgical. OpenSurgery project, was presented at the RCA's Design Interactions graduate show, is a surgical robot made from a combination of off-the-shelf components and custom 3D-printed parts.

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    Orthopedic robot used in surgery

    Published on May 25, 2016

    A self-developed orthopedic robot system has been put into use in a hospital in southwest China's Sichuan Province.

    The Affiliated Hospital of Chengdu University carried out a robot-assisted orthopedic surgery on Tuesday.

    During the operation, the robot first identified the accurate position, and then its mechanical arm guided doctors to the place.

    The surgery only took 20 minutes, with small wounds.

    SOUNDBITE (CHINESE): LI KAINAN, Dept. of Orthopedics, Affiliated Hospital of Chengdu Univ.
    "Through X-ray technology, we collect information and input it into the orthopedic robot's computer. Then the robot produces three dimensional images of bones. According to the images, we work out procedures and paths of the operation for precision positioning. Then the robot will follow our command and reach the designated place."

    The robot consists of a control system - a computer, and an execution system - a mechanical arm.

    Robot-assisted orthopedic surgery can achieve levels of accuracy, precision and safety not capable with computer-assisted orthopedic surgery.

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    Watch six of the coolest surgical robots in action

    Published on May 31, 2016

    Today’s surgical robots extend a surgeon’s capacities; they filter out hand tremors and allow maneuvers that even the best surgeon couldn’t pull off with laparoscopic surgery’s typical long-handled tools. But tomorrow's robot surgeons will take over the operating room.
    "Would You Trust a Robot Surgeon to Operate on You?"

    Precise and dexterous surgical robots may take over the operating room

    by Eliza Strickland
    May 31, 2016

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