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The route to patient safety in robotic surgery

Author: Lorenzo Grespan; Paolo Fiorini; G Colucci
Publisher: Cham, Switzerland : Springer, [2019]
Series: Springer tracts in advanced robotics, v. 126.
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The introduction of a new technology in a consolidated field has the potential to disrupt usual practices and create a fertile ground for errors. An example is robotic surgery that is now used in most surgical specialties, pushed by technology developers and enthusiastic surgeons. To analyze the potential impact of robotic surgery on patient safety, a consortium of major European Universities started the project  Read more...
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Grespan, Lorenzo.
Route to patient safety in robotic surgery.
Cham, Switzerland : Springer, [2019]
(OCoLC)1054375433
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Lorenzo Grespan; Paolo Fiorini; G Colucci
ISBN: 9783030030209 3030030202
OCLC Number: 1080645568
Description: 1 online resource
Contents: Intro; Series Foreword; Foreword; Preface; Contents; List of Contributors; Acronyms; 1 Introduction; 1.1 The Project; 1.2 Book Outline; Part I Patient Safety and Robotic Surgery; 2 Patient Safety in Robotic Surgery; 2.1 Introduction; 2.2 Patient Safety; 2.3 Process Engineering in the Medical Application Domain; 2.3.1 Iatrogenesis; 2.3.2 Current Approaches to System Safety; 2.3.3 Innovation Engineering and Healthcare; 2.3.4 Complexity Science and Healthcare; 2.3.5 A Lesson in Foresight; 2.3.6 A First Problem Decomposition; 2.3.7 Conclusions; References; 3 Surgical Robots 3.1 Patient Safety and Technology3.2 A Brief History of Robotic Surgery; 3.2.1 Limitations of Robotic Surgery; 3.3 Barriers; 3.3.1 Cost; 3.3.2 Regulation; References; 4 Measuring Safety in Robotic Surgery; 4.1 A Method to Improve on Patient Safety; 4.1.1 Technological Insights; 4.2 Safety-Driven Design; References; 5 Research Questions; 5.1 On European Research Projects; 5.2 Hypotheses; 5.3 Medical Imaging; 5.3.1 Segmentation; 5.3.2 Registration; 5.4 Surgical Simulation and Planning; 5.5 Robotic Simulators and Safety in the Operating Room; 5.6 Surgical Interfaces; 5.7 Training 5.8 Putting It All Together: Patient Safety in Robotic SurgeryReferences; Part II Findings; 6 Risk Analysis; 6.1 Framing the Question; 6.2 Identifying Safety Requirements; 6.2.1 The Methodological Framework for Risk Identification and Mitigation; 6.3 Product Safety Analysis; 6.3.1 Process Safety Analysis; 6.3.2 Addressing Patient Safety at the Organisational Level; 6.4 Human Factors in Robotic Surgery; 6.5 Future Perspectives; References; 7 Medical Imaging and Simulation; 7.1 Introduction; 7.2 Segmentation; 7.2.1 Ground Truth; 7.2.2 Further Details; 7.3 Registration; 7.3.1 Details 7.3.2 Conclusions7.4 Simulation; 7.4.1 Introduction; 7.4.2 Details; 7.4.3 Relation to Patient Safety; References; 8 Safety in the OR; 8.1 Operating Room Monitoring; 8.1.1 Introduction; 8.2 Technical System Overview; 8.3 Safety Features; 8.4 Dissemination and Future Developments; References; 9 Surgical Robot Simulation and Control; 9.1 Robotic System Simulator (RSS); 9.2 System Setup Strategies; 9.3 Control Algorithms for Haptic Input Devices; 9.4 Simulation of Surgical Robotic Systems; 9.4.1 Experiments; 9.5 Setup Planning for Surgical Robotics 9.6 Control Algorithms for Haptic Input Devices Within Robotic Surgery9.6.1 Experiments and Results; 9.6.2 Discussion and Conclusion; References; 10 Operator Interfaces for Safe Robotic Surgery; 10.1 Telepresence; 10.1.1 Role of 3D Displays in Patient Safety; 10.1.2 Influence of Visual and Force-Feedback Time Delays on Telepresence and Performance; 10.1.3 Telepresence Assessment with the Da Vinci Surgical System; 10.2 Supervisory Interface; References; 11 Training; 11.1 Training Curriculum; 11.1.1 Details on Work Performed; 11.1.2 Lessons Learned; References; Part III Conclusions
Series Title: Springer tracts in advanced robotics, v. 126.
Responsibility: Lorenzo Grespan, Paolo Fiorini, Gianluca Colucci.

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Part one describes safety in complex systems such as surgery, how this may disrupt the traditional surgical workflow, how safety can be monitored, and the research questions that must be posed.  Read more...

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