The arrival of robotics and automation in surgery will turn out to be as a beneficial asset for the healthcare. It allows surgeons to sure the best possible operations with minimal damage.
FREMONT, CA: It takes a lot of physical stamina for a neurosurgeon to do long surgeries with accuracy. Jerry Chen, M.D., CEO of Brain Navi Biotechnology, says this may impact surgical results.The NaoTrac has a high-precision navigation system and non-contact machine vision patient registration. Its proprietary registration technology quickly recognizes surgical tools.
Before surgery, surgeons may arrange the surgical course with the 3D vision for accurate anatomical position and supervise the robot throughout. Surgical Navigation is a unique approach that enables the surgeon to plan and let it help. Robotics and AI are the future of healthcare, with tremendous potential to improve patient care and access to benefits. A high degree of precision is necessary for several medical domains, including immunotherapy, cell transplant, and microchip implantation. So Surgical Navigation Robot can not only do EVD or tumor excision but also participate in these sectors."
Brain Navi Biotechnology has patented this robotic technique based on SMART (Surface Mapping auto-registration Technology). With "real-time imaging", "precise surgery" and "minimally intrusive results" it combines machine vision, robotics, and algorithms. The SMART platform is very extendable, and Brain Navi Biotechnology is working on a liver ablation navigation project with Taiwan's Chenggong University. The SMART platform's research and development will focus on the world's top 10 cancer early therapies. Brain Navi Biotechnology is looking for early adopters and strategic partners. From December 2nd to 5th, 2021, Brain Navi Biotechnology will perform a LIVE broadcast to showcase the future of robotic surgeries.