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Laparoscopic surgery has certain limitations, such as two- dimensional imaging, restricted range of motion of the instruments, and poor ergonomic positioning of the surgeon. The robotic surgery system was introduced as a solution to minimize the shortcomings of laparoscopy. Improved visualization and greater dexterity are two major features of robotic-assisted laparoscopic surgery This emerging method provides undoubted technical advantages over conventional laparoscopy. Robotic systems have 3D imaging, tremor filter, and articulated instruments. With this advanced equipment, robotic surgery is superior to conventional laparoscopic surgery due to its significant improvements in visibility and manipulation. Improvements in efficiency and usability of robotic systems are increasingly being explored.
While manual MAS is complex to perform, the benefits for patients are well recognised. As a next-generation surgical robot, Versius has been designed to bridge this gap, helping more people around the world benefit from MAS techniques by making robotic MAS more cost effective and practical than ever before. Biomimicking the human arm, Versius® allows surgeons the freedom of port placement, but with the benefits of small fully wristed instruments.
With 3D HD vision, easy-to adopt instrument control and a choice of ergonomic working positions, the new open surgeon console has the potential to reduce stress and fatigue and extend the careers of surgeons
The Versius system has a small form factor, versatility, and portability, and is designed to support surgeons to deliver the benefits of minimal access surgery to patients around the world, CMR said. The form factor and modular design includes individually cart-mounted arms, allowing it to move between operating rooms and even hospitals/clinics, giving the surgical team access to patients at all times. By bio-mimicking the human arm, Versius gives surgeons the freedom of port placement, but with the benefits of small fully wristed instruments. The system also includes 3D HD vision, easy-to-adopt instrument control and a choice of ergonomic working positions, aimed to reduce stress and fatigue to help extend the careers of surgeons.
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