Rob Surgical’s precision surgery robot benefits patients, surgeons and hospitals. Some of the most outstanding advantages are the low impact in the operating room, the precision and safety of the interventions, the ergonomics and ease of use. Today we are talking about one of the most valued and differential factors of the Bitrack System: it is designed to perform hybrid surgeries.
What are hybrid surgeries?
The high precision provided by RAS (Robot Assisted Surgery) is often not required during the entire surgical procedure. Hybrid surgery is a new surgical approach that allows MIS and MIRS to be combined in the same process, thus taking advantage of laparoscopic surgery and robotic surgery in the same surgical procedure. Additionally, Rob Surgical offers the possibility of automatic camera guidance also when working with manual instruments.
Hybrid surgery benefits the patient, the surgeon and the hospital, combining the robotic system’s precision and safety with the possibility of reducing surgical times, thus increasing the rotation of the operating room. The possibility of using generic instruments and trocars and combining them with flexible robotics allows the robot to intervene only when it is needed and reduces the time and costs of each intervention.
It is an ergonomic and intuitive system, that allows an easy and fast draping and docking process.
The surgical robot offers the surgeon fine and precise control, reducing risks. The Bitrack System’s 4 arms with 7 degrees of freedom move more fluidly and precisely than human hands, reducing surgeon fatigue and improving control during surgery.
Hybrid surgery, the differential factor of Rob Surgical’s robot, was born with the conviction of providing a solution to the real needs of medical teams. We put engineering at the service of surgeons to offer maximum precision and safety in every intervention.