|Title:||A spine robotic-assisted navigation system for pedicle screw placement||Authors:||HSUAN-YU CHEN
|Keywords:||Accuracy;Bioengineering;Computer-assisted navigation;Issue 159;Pedicle screws;Spine;Spine navigation system;Surgical robotics||Issue Date:||2020||Publisher:||Journal of Visualized Experiments||Journal Volume:||2020||Journal Issue:||159||Source:||Journal of Visualized Experiments||Abstract:||
Pedicle screw implantation has excellent treatment effects and is often used by surgeons in spinal fusion surgery. However, due to the complexity of human body anatomy, this surgical procedure is difficult and challenging, especially in minimally invasive surgery or patients with congenital anomalies and kyphoscoliosis deformity. In addition to the abovementioned factors, the surgical experience and technique of the surgeon also affect the recovery rates and complications of the patients after the surgical operation. Therefore, accurately performing pedicle screw implantation has is a constant topic of common concern for surgeons and patients. In recent years, with the technological development, robot-assisted navigation systems have gradually become adopted. These robot-assisted navigation systems provide surgeons with complete preoperative planning before surgery. The system provides 3D reconstructed images of each vertebra, allowing surgeons to understand the patient's physiological characteristics more quickly. It also provides 2D images of sagittal, coronal, axial and oblique planes so that surgeons can accurately perform pedicle screw placement plan. Previous studies have demonstrated the effectiveness of robot-assisted navigation systems for pedicle screw implantation procedures, including accuracy and safety assessments. This step-by-step protocol aims to outline a standardized surgical technique note for robotic-assisted pedicle screw placement. © 2020 Journal of Visualized Experiments.
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