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Robots to perform highly accurate spinal surgery in UK

Robots to perform highly accurate spinal surgery in UK

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Da Vinci machines are playing an increasing role in surgery in the UK

Robots will perform spinal surgery with greater accuracy than humanly possible as part of a ground-breaking research project led by Nottingham Trent ...

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Robot-assisted eye surgery

CMR Surgical, a Cambridge, UK firm, is formally unveiling its Versius surgical robotic system that is designed to be portable, easy to setup, and, ...

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The RD2D robot helps surgeons make very small incisions and other movements inside the human eye.

The da Vinci robot conducted 700 bladder and prostate removals last year

The robotic camera was 'blinded' by the patient's blood

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The robots helping NHS surgeons perform better, faster – and for longer | Society | The Guardian

Doctors Perform the World's First Robot-Assisted Spinal Surgery | Digital Trends

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Is Robotic Surgery Right for You?

UK developed surgical robot promises set to make debut in NHS hospitals The Engineer

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China's quest for the cutting edge in surgical robotics

Miniaturising robotics design

Robot-assisted surgery

Surgical masks do not stop infections

Robotic Surgery is very versatile and can be used for:

A da Vinci surgical robot in use to treat a prostate cancer patient. Photograph: Alamy

Robots to Perform Spinal Surgery With Pinpoint Accuracy

Stryker launches expensive Mako robot for knee replacement in cost-conscious era - MedCity News

Robots will destroy our jobs – and we're not ready for it | Technology | The Guardian

Millions of UK workers at risk of being replaced by robots, study says

The robot will see you now: could computers take over medicine entirely? | Technology | The Guardian

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Robotic surgical first heralds new era for knee replacements

The robot will see you now: could computers take over medicine entirely? | Technology | The Guardian

Robot revolution: rise of 'thinking' machines could exacerbate inequality | Technology | The Guardian

The robot will see you now: how AI could revolutionise NHS | Society | The Guardian

Keyhole surgery using precision robotic instruments have helped to cut recovery times but might mean cancer

If you're scheduled for robotic surgery

Why your NHS surgeon could be a robot in the future

Robots will not lead to fewer jobs – but the hollowing out of the middle class | Larry Elliott | Business | The Guardian

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Artificial Intelligence, Robots and the Operating Room

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Robot Eye Surgeon Is 10x More Precise Than The Most Steady-Handed Human | Digital Trends

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Can Laser Spine Surgery Fix Your Back Pain?

The robots helping NHS surgeons perform better, faster – and for longer | Society | The Guardian

Video still of the da Vinci Xi robot performing surgery on a grape

Researchers showing visitors some medical robots that aid with surgery

Robotic surgery

Medical robotics: Would you trust a robot with a scalpel? | Technology | The Guardian

Taking Blue Screen of Death to another level

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Medical robotics: Would you trust a robot with a scalpel? | Technology | The Guardian

Medical robotics: Would you trust a robot with a scalpel? | Technology | The Guardian

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The Mazor X system

During the last decade and a half, robotic-assisted surgery has led to smaller scars, less pain, and faster recoveries for patients.

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Robots will destroy our jobs – and we're not ready for it | Technology | The Guardian

What does the future hold when it comes to robotics in medicine?

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Robotic-Assisted Surgery – Current Challenges and Future Directions: Interview with Dr. Mona Orady | Medgadget

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This sight-saving R2D2 robot wants to stick a tiny knife in your eye

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Dr. Orady: It definitely will change. It cannot stay like that forever. The da Vinci robot has been around since 1999, so almost 20 years.

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Machines were better at identifying some cancers than doctors

Marking ten years of surgical robots (in a theatre near you)

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Consultant using the Surgical Robot

The robot is controlled by a surgeon using controllers

Medical robotics: Would you trust a robot with a scalpel? | Technology | The Guardian

Fundamentals of robotics

Robots will destroy our jobs – and we're not ready for it | Technology | The Guardian

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Dr Arjuna Imbuldeniya, Consultant Surgeon in Trauma and Orthopaedics, performed the successful operation on Wednesday 21 February on Mr David Patterson, ...

Will doctors be replaced by robots?

Professor John Kelly controlling the da Vinci robot remotely

The UK National Health Service (NHS) recently invited companies to tender for a contract to provide £300 million (~$429.12 million) worth of surgical robots ...

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