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Application of haptic feedback to robotic surgery

Application of haptic feedback to robotic surgery,B. T. Bethea,A. M. Okamura,M. Kitagawa,T. P. Fitton,S. M. Cattaneo,V. L. Gott,W. A. Baumgartner,D. D

Application of haptic feedback to robotic surgery   (Citations: 42)
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    • ...The lack of haptic feedback has been proved to affect the performance of several surgical operations [7]...

    Julie Carmignianiet al. Augmented reality technologies, systems and applications

    • ... and kinesthetic cues to both perceive the world and interact with it; in particular, tactile cues are known to provide information about “grasp contact,” “grasp stability,” and “contacts between objects in the hand and otherobjects”[7].Thus,itisnotsurprisingthattheabsenceof hapticfeedbackisaregularcomplaintamongsurgeonsusing thedaVinciandotherteleroboticsurgicalsystems,especially for new learners (see, e.g., [8], [9], [10], [11], [12], ...

    William McMahanet al. Tool Contact Acceleration Feedback for Telerobotic Surgery

    • ...teraction between the slave system and the remote environment; see Fig. 1. Such a force feedback is likely to increase the performance of the user with respect to effectiveness, accuracy, and safety in many practical applications, e.g., for robotic surgery, as discussed by Bethea et al. [1]...

    Michel Frankenet al. Bilateral Telemanipulation With Time Delays: A Two-Layer Approach Comb...

    • ...In addition, haptic microrobotic systems show a significant promise in biological/biomedical applications that professional human operators perform dexterous micromanipulations, such systems as da vinci telerobotic surgical system in conjunction with tension measuring device [25], haptic-enabled tumor localization system [26], cell injection platforms [4], [27], [28], and cell/scaffold force-feedback manipulator [6]...

    Moein Mehrtashet al. Bilateral Macro–Micro Teleoperation Using Magnetic Levitation

    • ...Several studies have proven that augmented feedback on force information contributes to safe grasping (e.g., [15], [16], [17], [18], for a review, see [12])...
    • ...Auditory feedback is not the most effective way of communicating with the surgeon, as there are many other noises in the surgeon’s environment [18], [21]...
    • ...Several studies (e.g., [17], [18], [20]) showed that augmented visual feedback on force information can aid performance...

    Eleonora P. Westebring-van der Puttenet al. The Effect of Augmented Feedback on Grasp Force in Laparoscopic Grasp ...

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