• Robotic Spinal Fusion Surgery
    • Objective
      • a surgical robot for spinal fusion and its control framework that provides higher operation accuracy, greater flexibility of robot position control, and improved ergonomics
    • Features
      • Computer-aided preoperative planning 
      • Small light weight end effector for robotic screw insertion 
      • Cooperative manipulation 
      • Realistic haptic feedback for screwing
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  • Automatic Planning for Spinal Fusion Surgery
    • Objective
      • Eliminating pain caused by abnormal motion of the vertebrae by immobilizing the vertebrae through pedicle screw fixation
      • For degenerative disc disease, vertebral fracture, scoliosis, spondylosis, spondylolisthesis, etc.
    • Merits
      •  Superior biomechanical properties, favorable convalescence, versatility  
 
    • Features
      • Computer-aided preoperative planning 
      • Generating insertion paths that guarantee the safety margin 
      • Increasing success rate and accuracy of spinal fusion surgery
    • Planning Consideration
      • Operational safety
      • Screw-vertebra interface strength