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Hand-mounted exoskeleton system helps surgeons get a grip

The new system lets surgeons operate and get feedback in a much more natural way then ...

While many modern robotic inventions seem more like moonshot projects than practical ones, in the medical field, robots have been helping doctors perform surgery for over a decade. In most cases though, Surgeons control the movement of the robot through joysticks, knobs, dials and other peripherals. A new exoskeleton being developed at the University of Bristol however, turns a doctor's hands into the controls.

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Category: Medical

Tags:
  • Surgery
  • Robot Surgeons
  • Robotics
  • University of Bristol
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