Up-to-Date Use of Computer Technology in Orthopedic Surgery and Future Revolutions
Orthopedic Surgery and Future Revolutions
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Musculoskeletal diseases are the most common cause of long term disablements and mechanical pain in industrialized societies. The importance of musculoskeletal disorders, is not only concerning individual health and mobility, but also social functionality is critical for productivity and economic growth With the widespread use of differential imaging methods and improvements in analytical and navigation areas, computer-assisted orthopedic surgery (CAOS) was introduced as a new field about 20 years ago. This description refers to approaches using computer-aided monitoring systems or robotic devices to improve the visibility of the surgical field and to increase the accuracy of application in various surgical fields.
In orthopedic surgical treatment, insertion of an implant member for fixation of fractures, ligament reconstruction, surgical steps, such as tumor resection and cutting or drilling bone, as far as possible, are carried out perfectly. Besides, surgeons often come across difficulties with the limited visibility of the surgical field, and there is a growing trend towards minimally invasive surgery in recent times. How a global positioning system (GPS) based on car navigation displays the vehicle on a map, the driver gives a visual instruction; computer-assisted orthopedic surgery (CAOS) module provides the surgeon to receive real-time feedback like GPS. The surgeon performs surgical operations using information transmitted from a virtual scene of the situs presented on an imaging device. In parallel with the results of the operation of the module to potentially improve surgical procedure used in active or semi-active surgical robots are situated.
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