In order to meet the diverse and convenient needs of physicians in clinical operations, Youxin Medical Group introduced the "New Endoscopic Mirror Holding Robot Arm" developed in Germany. , not only is light in size, easy to operate, flexible in joint movement angle, but also can be directly mounted on the side rail of the operating table, the arm movement range can completely cover the entire patient, as if it is the surgeon's third hand; and most of the accessories can be repeated For sterilization use, it costs about 10,000 to 20,000 yuan each time it is turned on, with low import cost and high CP value, which reduces the burden on hospitals and patients a lot. In addition to the lower cost threshold,
Director Liu Xincheng shared that compared with the traditional manual lens holding, the image of the robotic arm holding the lens is more stable, and the doctor can actively control the image to improve the fluency of the operation. In addition, when performing fine movements such as suturing of minimally invasive surgery, the number list stable and non-shaking picture can also make the surgeon more visually comfortable and less tired, which increases the accuracy of surgery and achieves the purpose of "precise and minimally invasive editor_Figure 3 The mirror-holding assistant maintains the mirror-holding posture for a long time, and the image of the handheld endoscope is easily shaken due to fatigue.
The "new endoscope mirror-holding robot arm" can provide smooth and stable images. Thoracoscopic surgery has many applications! Japanese study reveals the difference between "human holding mirror" and "robot holding mirror" Director Liu Xincheng pointed out that in recent years, minimally invasive surgery has become the mainstream in clinical practice. According to statistics, the ratio of traditional laparotomy to laparoscopic minimally invasive surgery in operations performed in the hospital operating room is nearly 1:9. Just like the main purpose of minimally invasive surgery, it is to reduce the patient's surgical wound, reduce the amount of bleeding and postoperative pain. Therefore, in the minimally invasive surgery with a long operation time, it is more important for the robotic arm to hold the mirror.