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courses:446:2013:446-2013-09:446-2013-09 [2013/05/13 04:43]
vkhatuj1@johnshopkins.edu [Technical Approach]
courses:446:2013:446-2013-09:446-2013-09 [2019/08/07 16:01] (current)
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 ======Data Integration during Robotic Ultrasound-guided Surgery====== ======Data Integration during Robotic Ultrasound-guided Surgery======
-**Last updated: ​Date and time** +**Last updated: ​5/​14/​2013 ​and 20:21**
  
 +All project documents can be found on this wiki, as well as at https://​www.dropbox.com/​sh/​4axyopck81c926j/​_7sdX8nzu6.
 ======Summary====== ======Summary======
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 We propose the development and utilization of a novel da Vinci interface, integrating and displaying live intraoperative US as well as additional preoperative data (CT, MRI, X-ray and DICOM) to the surgeon. Displaying all the necessary data to the surgeon through the Da Vinci master console can potentially increase the ergonomy and efficacy of robotic procedures improving patient outcome. ​ We propose the development and utilization of a novel da Vinci interface, integrating and displaying live intraoperative US as well as additional preoperative data (CT, MRI, X-ray and DICOM) to the surgeon. Displaying all the necessary data to the surgeon through the Da Vinci master console can potentially increase the ergonomy and efficacy of robotic procedures improving patient outcome. ​
  
-======Current ​System=======+======Hardware ​System=======
     - Inputs     - Inputs
-       ​* ​There are three inputs ​to the surgical workstation. +       ​* ​Video grabbers provide video feed to the laptop and interface from two sources: 
-          - Camera 1 +          - da Vinci operative field camera 
-          - Camera 2 +          - ultrasound machine
-          - Live Ultrasound+
     - Surgical WorkStation     - Surgical WorkStation
-       * It is responsible for processing the input data and perform necessary calculations.+       ​* ​This is the laptop on which the interface was developed. ​It is responsible for processing the input data and perform necessary calculations
 +       * An HDMI cable connects this to the da Vinci to project the interface to the bottom half of the console display.
     - Surgical Console     - Surgical Console
-       * This is the console ​seen by the surgeon while performing the surgical procedure. +       * This is the da Vinci master-side ​console ​used by the surgeon while performing the surgical procedure.
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 ======Tile Pro====== ======Tile Pro======
 **TilePro** is a software feature on the da Vinci. The feature partitions the visual space which displays the interface that the surgeon sees on the console. ​ **TilePro** is a software feature on the da Vinci. The feature partitions the visual space which displays the interface that the surgeon sees on the console. ​
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 The interface described below is contained in the bottom half of the da Vinci console display inside the TilePro; the top half is reserved for the da Vinci camera feed. On the right side of the interface is an image browser used to view saved intraoperative ultrasound and stereo images, as well as preoperative images. The left side holds a video viewer for the live ultrasound feed, in addition to two image viewers to allow the surgeon to view a saved ultrasound image with its corresponding stereo image taken at the same time. Alternatively,​ this left side of the interface can display an enlarged preoperative image. The former layout appears if the surgeon choose to view an intraoperatively-saved ultrasound; the latter takes its place if the surgeon instead chooses a preoperative image to view. All of these features (Figure 1) are described in detail under the Software development subsection. The interface described below is contained in the bottom half of the da Vinci console display inside the TilePro; the top half is reserved for the da Vinci camera feed. On the right side of the interface is an image browser used to view saved intraoperative ultrasound and stereo images, as well as preoperative images. The left side holds a video viewer for the live ultrasound feed, in addition to two image viewers to allow the surgeon to view a saved ultrasound image with its corresponding stereo image taken at the same time. Alternatively,​ this left side of the interface can display an enlarged preoperative image. The former layout appears if the surgeon choose to view an intraoperatively-saved ultrasound; the latter takes its place if the surgeon instead chooses a preoperative image to view. All of these features (Figure 1) are described in detail under the Software development subsection.
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   * **Software:​**   * **Software:​**
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   * **Confidential:​ IRB proposal** {{:​courses:​446:​2013:​446-2013-09:​confidential_eforma_na_00082654.doc|}}   * **Confidential:​ IRB proposal** {{:​courses:​446:​2013:​446-2013-09:​confidential_eforma_na_00082654.doc|}}
   * **Project source code** {{:​courses:​446:​2013:​446-2013-09:​project9_lapus.zip|}}   * **Project source code** {{:​courses:​446:​2013:​446-2013-09:​project9_lapus.zip|}}
 +  * **All project documents**{{:​courses:​446:​2013:​446-2013-09:​alldocs.zip|}}
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