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26.06.2019 | Review Article

Spine surgical robotics: review of the current application and disadvantages for future perspectives

Zeitschrift:
Journal of Robotic Surgery
Autoren:
Junshen Huang, Yuxi Li, Lin Huang
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Junshen Huang and Yuxi Li contributed equally to this study.

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Abstract

In the past decade, intelligent medical technology has been a hot research direction, which results in a series of products such as image-assisted AI and tumor diagnostic auxiliary systems. In the field of surgery, surgical robotics is one of the most attractive intelligent technologies. After nearly a decade of revolution, robots have shown much superiority in spine surgery, and many published studies on accuracy and radiation volume have reported these advantages. However, in reviewing these articles, we found that some of them mentioned the shortcomings of robots, which led us to review the comprehensive evaluation of spinal robots. In this article, we summarize the aspects that have been mentioned in published articles as well as unpublished ones that we have concluded. Through these summaries, we hope that future researchers will be able to make targeted improvements to robots and broaden the future direction of spine surgery robotics. Spine surgical robotics is still widely believed to have a brilliant future application, but it needs to solve the disadvantages of not having a wide application range, not having a deep application depth and not having prominent advantages compared with other existing application technologies.

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