The Ophthalmic endoscope manipulator robot is a new concept in ophthalmic surgical assist robot developed with requests from ophthalmologists.
This product becomes the surgeon's third hand, enabling a new type of surgery that allows the surgeon to use both his/her hands freely while taking advantage of the endoscope's wide observation area.
As the surgeon's third hand, the product enables a new type of surgery that allows the surgeon to use both his/her hands freely while taking advantage of the endoscope's wide observation area.
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A 3D model shows the positional relationship between the eye and the endoscope. It assists perception of the intraocular space, which is difficult with an endoscope alone.
The endoscope is held by a robotic arm.
The advantage of the endoscope, which allows wide-area observation, is retained, while enabling two-handed procedures.
The viewpoint is controlled by a foot controller.
The simple interface allows intuitive control by simply moving the stick down in the direction you wish to view or rotate.