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Ceiling and floor mounted surgical robot set-up arms

The present invention generally relates to surgical devices, systems, and methods, especially for minimally invasive surgery, and more particularly provides structures and techniques for aligning a robotic surgery system with a desired surgical site. The present invention describes techniques for mounting, configuring and arranging set-up arms for the surgical manipulators and endoscope drive mechanisms of a telesurgical system within an operating theater. The various aspects of the invention improve and optimize space utilization in the conduct of a surgical procedure, especially in the telesurgical systems which provide for concurrent operation by two surgeons using multiple robotic arm assemblies. In one aspect, the invention includes a method and apparatus for ceiling-height mounting of surgical set-up arms, and in another aspect, the invention includes a method and apparatus for the mounting of surgical setup arms to the table pedestal or floor below an operating table. The ceiling-height-mounted robotic arm assembly and below-table-mounted robotic arm assembly may be pre-configured to be ready for surgery while the fixable set-up arms are disposed generally clear of the personnel-usable space adjacent the operating table. Examples are described of separate and combined use of the ceiling mount and floor / pedestal mount aspects in both single and dual surgeon telesurgical systems.

Master-slave teleoperation vascular intervention surgical robot

The invention relates to a master-slave teleoperation vascular intervention surgical robot which comprises a master control mechanism, a slave propulsion mechanism and a PMAC (Programmable Multi-Axis Controller); the master control mechanism serves as the operating end for a doctor; the slave propulsion mechanism serves as an actuating mechanism of the robot, and used in an operating room for replacing the doctor to hold a catheter for completing the motion function of the catheter; and the PMAC is used for realizing information transfer between the master control mechanism and the slave propulsion mechanism, so that the slave catheter propulsion mechanism moves according to the motion information of the master control mechanism. The master-slave teleoperation vascular intervention surgical robot has the advantages that the master-slave teleoperation method is adopted for assisting the doctor to perform the operation, the slave propulsion mechanism realizes the axial feeding and circumferential rotation motion of the catheter, and is used in the operating room for replacing the doctor to hold the catheter, so that the doctor is free from the operating room, and outside the operating room without ray radiation, the master control mechanism realizes the teleoperation of the catheter propulsion mechanism to avoid the doctor from ray radiation; and the operation is stable and reliable, the operation accuracy is high, and the operation quality is favorably improved.
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