TiRobot-assisted surgery was carried out in People’s Hospital of Baise in Guangxi Province
Recently, the medical team led by Dr. Lu from People’s Hospital of Baise in Guangxi Province completed some advanced surgeries with the assistance of TiRobot®, such as V-shaped percutaneous cannulated compression screw fixation for femoral neck fracture, debridement and bone grafting for early necrotic femoral head, minimally invasive fixation for acetabular fracture, which were certainly precise, minimally invasive and efficient.
TiRobot-assisted V-shaped percutaneous cannulated compression screw fixation for femoral neck fracture
TiRobot positions accurately and implants 3 cannulated screws, which makes small cut, less pain and bleeding and less time in hospital come true. Assisted by the navigation system, the precision and safety of the surgery has improved. The patient could recover on the first day after operation.
Insert position of the guide pin (frontal film)
Operating with precise assistance of TiRobot
TiRobot-assisted debridement and bone grafting for early necrotic femoral head
After capturing images, TiRobot plans on the position and angle of the guide pin and follow the planned trajectory precisely in this way to scrape the necrotic tissue and fully fill it with artificial and autogenous bones to speed up the process of healing. Femoral head necrosis can be slowed down and it is a way to avoid replacing the hip joint. It reflects the concept of ‘precision and minimally invasion’
Surgical design with TiRobot before the surgery
In the surgery
Scraped the necrotic tissue
TiRobot-assisted minimally invasive fixation for acetabular fracture
With the precise assistance of the robotic arm of TiRobot, the cannulated screw can be implanted accurately through a small hole on the surgical spot. For acetabular fracture, this operation is minimally invasive with an incision at around 1 cm and 2ml bleeding. It is certainly amazing.
The second screw reached the target position accurately
The cut was about 1cm
Source: People’s Hospital of Baise
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