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1. CT scanning
For matching between the patient and robot, attach the optical tracking system on the surface of the patient’s skin before a CT scan.
2. Surgical plan
After identifying the affected area based on the patient’s CT images, create a needle entry path.
3. Preparation of needle insertion
Mark a needle entry point using the guide laser shown by the robot arm and perform disinfection and local anesthesia.
4. Needle insertion
While observing the patient’s breath, insert the needle manually using the needle guide attached to the robot arm.
5. CT scanning and check
Check if the needle end reached the target lesion via CT scanning.
Make a plan to have the needle reach the target lesion, and the robot guides the needle in accordance with the needle insertion path.
Because the robot arm fixes the entry point and position of the needle tight without a movement, the medical staff can insert the needle accurately as planned.
Low radiation exposure
The patient can reduce the radiation exposure and the possibility of side effects.
Because the needle is inserted exactly at the target lesion as preplanned, the number of repeated CT scanning is reduced and the radiation exposure and the possibility of side effects are also decreased.
Once the needle entry path is created, the robot arm guides the needle in accordance with the path. Thus, it reduces the time and effort to assign the needle entry point and position.
Accordingly, the doctor can have a fast and convenient treatment.