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1 University of Washington - Biorobotics Lab 2 University of Cincinnati - Center for Surgical Innovation

Abstract : Robotic assisted surgery generates the possibility of remote operation between surgeon and patient. We need better understanding of the engineering issues involved in operating a surgical robot in remote locations and through novel communication links between surgeon and surgery site. This paper describes two recent experiments in which we tested the RAVEN, a new prototype surgical robot manipulation system, in field and laboratory conditions. In the first experiment, the RAVEN was deployed in a pasture and ran on generator power. Telecommunication with the surgical control station was provided by a novel airborne radio link sup- ported by an unmanned aerial vehicle. In the second experiment, the RAVEN was teleoperated via Internet between Imperial College in London and the BioRobotics Lab at the University of Washington in Seattle. Data are reported on surgeon com- pletion times for basic tasks and on network latency experience. The results are a small step towards teleoperated surgical robots which can be rapidly deployed in emergency situations in the field





Autor: Mitchell J. Lum H. - Diana C. Friedman W. - Hawkeye H. King I. - Regina Donlin - Ganesh Sankaranarayanan - Timothy Broderick J. -

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