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research.rems [2016/01/18 12:23]
rtaylor2@johnshopkins.edu [Publications]
research.rems [2019/08/07 12:01] (current)
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   * easily re-configurable for different surgery types   * easily re-configurable for different surgery types
 =====Approach===== =====Approach=====
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 Our approach is to work closely with surgeons to determine how the system can add the most value in different head and neck surgeries, translate these specifications into a prototype, then validate this prototype using experiments designed to replicate real surgical situations. Three main surgeries are currently under investigation:​ Our approach is to work closely with surgeons to determine how the system can add the most value in different head and neck surgeries, translate these specifications into a prototype, then validate this prototype using experiments designed to replicate real surgical situations. Three main surgeries are currently under investigation:​
  
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 We are also currently investigating microvascular surgery as a possible application. We are also currently investigating microvascular surgery as a possible application.
 =====Status and Results to Date===== =====Status and Results to Date=====
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 We have constructed a prototype manipulator and have performed a number of evaluation experiments on phantoms and cadavers. ​ These include: We have constructed a prototype manipulator and have performed a number of evaluation experiments on phantoms and cadavers. ​ These include:
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   * Russell Taylor   * Russell Taylor
   * Iulian Iordachita   * Iulian Iordachita
 +  * Kevin Olds
  
 +=====CIS 2 Course Projects=====
 +  * [[courses:​446:​2015:​446-2015-03:​project_3_main_page|Surgical Instruments for Robotic Microsurgery]] (2015, Zaid Ashai, Pranav Lakshminarayanan)
 +  * [[courses:​446:​2015:​446-2015-12:​project_12_main_page|The Robotic Ear Nose and Throat Microsurgery System (REMS): Calibration and IRB Study]] (2015, Brian Gu, Barbara Kim, Kurt Lee)
 ===== Funding ===== ===== Funding =====
   * Project is supported by JHU internal funds   * Project is supported by JHU internal funds
  
 ===== Publications ===== ===== Publications =====
 +  * K. Olds, Robotic Assistant Systems for Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery, PhD thesis in Biomedical Engineering,​ Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, March 2015.
   * K. C. Olds, "​Global Indices for Kinematic and Force Transmission Performance in Parallel Robots",​ IEEE Transactions on Robotics, vol. 31- 2, pp. 494-500, April, ​ 2015.    ​   * K. C. Olds, "​Global Indices for Kinematic and Force Transmission Performance in Parallel Robots",​ IEEE Transactions on Robotics, vol. 31- 2, pp. 494-500, April, ​ 2015.    ​
   * K. Olds, P. Chalasani, P. Lopez, I. Iordachita, L. Akst, R. H. Taylor, “Preliminary Evaluation of a New Microsurgical Robotic System for Head and Neck Surgery” IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA) 2014.   * K. Olds, P. Chalasani, P. Lopez, I. Iordachita, L. Akst, R. H. Taylor, “Preliminary Evaluation of a New Microsurgical Robotic System for Head and Neck Surgery” IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA) 2014.
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