Surgery simulator design for minimally invasive pituitary gland surgery için kapak resmi
Surgery simulator design for minimally invasive pituitary gland surgery
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Today, interest in robotics applications in the medical field has increased as well as in every field of the industry due to the development in robotic technology and control. The use of robots in surgeries has become widespread. Researchers in Izmir Institute of Technology and Hacettepe University have produced a surgical assistance robot named NeuRoboScope for minimal invasive pituitary gland tumor surgeries. This robot handles and directs the endoscope during the surgery by receiving motion demands from the surgeon via a master system that is composed of a wearable ring and a foot pedal This thesis study aims to develop a simulator to train the surgeons for using the NeuRoboScope system. For this purpose, NeuRoboScope Surgery Simulator v2 (NSSv2) has been developed in which it is aimed to simulate operation conditions as well as the ideal conditions for NeuRoboScope education. To simulate the operation conditions, surgical instruments, endoscope, and NeuRoboScope system controlling this endoscope are included in the simulator replicating the process of minimally invasive pituitary gland tumor surgery. NSSv2 system uses 2 haptic devices, a specially designed control ring that controls the active part of the NeuRoboScope system and has an inertial measurement unit and also wirelessly communicates with the system, a foot pedal activating the control of the ring, a model skull to determine the surgery region and a monitor that receives the visual feedback of the simulation to control the surgical instruments from the physical environment. In addition to training, it is aimed to customize the NeuRo boScope’s teleoperation system with respect to user needs and operation styles. In line with this objective, the user calibration mode is generated. In this way, an efficient and customized control system is created for the use of the NeuRoboScope system. A training procedure is developed with several scenarios within the NSSv2 system. When users carry out this training, the completion time of the scenario, the number of pedal usage, and the amount of motion of the surgical tools are recorded by the system. Improvements in the capabilities of users can be observed and the efficiency of NSSv2 can be evaluated owing to these data.
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Thesis (Master)--İzmir Institute of Technology: Mechanical Engineering.

İzmir Institute of Technology: Mechanical Engineering--Thesis (Master).
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Tez T002393 RD29.7 .B99 2021

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