Medical Robotics

Medical Robotics

By: Jocelyne Troccaz (editor)Hardback

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In this book, we present medical robotics, its evolution over the last 30 years in terms of architecture, design and control, and the main scientific and clinical contributions to the field. For more than two decades, robots have been part of hospitals and have progressively become a common tool for the clinician. Because this domain has now reached a certain level of maturity it seems important and useful to provide a state of the scientific, technological and clinical achievements and still open issues. This book describes the short history of the domain, its specificity and constraints, and mature clinical application areas. It also presents the major approaches in terms of design and control including man-machine interaction modes. A large state of the art is presented and many examples from the literature are included and thoroughly discussed. It aims to provide both a broad and summary view of this very active domain as well as keys to understanding the evolutions of the domain and to prepare for the future. An insight to clinical evaluation is also proposed, and the book is finished with a chapter on future developments for intra-body robots.

About Author

Jocelyne Troccaz is Research Director, CNRS Equipe GMCAO (Gestes M dico-Chirurgicaux Assist s par Ordinateur) du laboratoire TIMC (Techniques de l'Ing nierie M dicale et de la Complexit - Informatique, Math matiques et Applications de Grenoble)-universit Joseph Fourier, Grenoble, France.

Contents

Introduction xi Chapter 1. Characteristics and State of the Art 1 Etienne DOMBRE, Michel DE MATHELIN and Jocelyne TROCCAZ 1.1 Introduction 1 1.2. State of the art 7 1.3. Conclusion 42 1.4. Bibliography 42 Chapter 2. Medical Robotics in the Service of the Patient 55 Alexandre MOREAU-GAUDRY, Philippe CINQUIN 2.1. Introduction 55 2.2. A cycle of medical service growth 58 2.3. A case study: the ViKY robotic endoscope support system 64 2.4. Conclusion 67 2.5. Bibliography 67 Chapter 3. Inter-operative Sensors and Registration 69 Jocelyne TROCCAZ 3.1. Introduction 69 3.2. Intra-operative sensors 72 3.3. Principles of registration 76 3.4. Case studies 87 3.5. Discussion and conclusion 96 3.6. Bibliography 97 Chapter 4. Augmented Reality 101 Stephane NICOLAU, Luc SOLER, Jacques MARESCAUX 4.1. Introduction101 4.2. 3D modeling of abdominal structures and pathological structures 104 4.3. 3D visualization system for planning 107 4.4. Interactive AR 108 4.5. Automatic AR 110 4.6. Taking distortions into account 122 4.7. Case Study 124 4.8. Conclusions 129 4.9. Bibliography 130 Chapter 5. Design of Medical Robots 141 Etienne DOMBRE, Philippe POIGNET and Francois PIERROT 5.1. Introduction 141 5.2. From the characterization of gestures to the design of robots 145 5.3. Design methodologies 157 5.4. Technological choices 165 5.5. Security 167 5.6. Conclusion 171 5.7. Bibliography 172 Chapter 6. Vision-based Control 177 Jacques GANGLOFF, Florent NAGEOTTE and Philippe POIGNET 6.1. Introduction 177 6.2. Sensors 183 6.3. Acquisition of the measurement 193 6.4. Control 216 6.5. Perspectives 224 6.6. Bibliography 225 Chapter 7. Interaction Modeling and Force Control 233 Philippe POIGNET and Bernard BAYLE 7.1. Modeling interactions during medico-surgical procedures 233 7.2. Force control 243 7.3. Force control strategies 244 7.4. Conclusion 263 7.5. Bibliography 263 Chapter 8. Tele-manipulation 269 Bernard BAYLE and Laurent BARBE 8.1. Introduction 269 8.2. Tele-manipulation and medical practices 271 8.3. Tele-manipulation with force feedback 278 8.4. Bibliography 298 Chapter 9. Comanipulation 303 Guillaume MOREL, Jerome SZEWCZYK and Marie-Aude VITRANI 9.1. Introduction 303 9.2. General principles of comanipulation 309 9.3. Serial comanipulation: intelligent active instrumentation 316 9.4. Parallel comanipulation 331 9.5. A human in the loop 343 9.6. Bibliography 346 Chapter 10. Towards Intracorporeal Robotics 351 Etienne DOMBRE, Nicolas CHAILLET and Michel DE MATHELIN 10.1. Introduction 351 10.2. Mini-manipulators/tele-operated instrument holders 352 10.3. Robotized colonoscopes and autonomous capsules 357 10.4. Active catheters 362 10.5. Evolution of surgical robotics 366 10.6. Additional information 386 10.7. Bibliography 388 Conclusion 397 Notations 399 Medical Glossary 401 List of Authors 407 Index 409

Product Details

  • ISBN13: 9781848213340
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 426
  • ID: 9781848213340
  • weight: 784
  • ISBN10: 1848213344

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