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ISMS
2004
Springer
9 years 3 months ago
Design, Development, and Testing of an Automated Laparoscopic Grasper with 3-D Force Measurement Capability
Advancements in robotics have led to significant improvements in robot-assisted minimally invasive surgery. The use of these robotic systems has improved surgeon dexterity, reduced...
Gregory Tholey, Anand Pillarisetti, William Green,...
MICCAI
2003
Springer
9 years 11 months ago
Evaluating the Role of Vision and Force Feedback in Minimally Invasive Surgery: New Automated Laparoscopic Grasper and A Case St
: Conventional laparoscopic tools do not have the ability of providing force feedback to a surgeon during surgical procedures. Loss of haptic feedback in MIS procedures is a disadv...
Gregory Tholey, Jaydev P. Desai, Andres E. Castell...
CARS
2003
8 years 11 months ago
Measuring grasping and cutting forces for reality-based haptic modeling
The modeling of grasping and cutting in surgery are two fundamental tasks that must be achieved for the development of a reality-based haptic interface in robot-assisted surgery. C...
Gregory Tholey, Teeranoot Chanthasopeephan, Tie Hu...
ICRA
2006
IEEE
113views Robotics» more  ICRA 2006»
9 years 4 months ago
Mobile in vivo Biopsy Robot
– A mobile in vivo camera robot was developed to provide the ability for a single port biopsy procedure. Such a robot can be inserted into the abdominal cavity through a standard...
Mark Rentschler, Jason Dumpert, Stephen Platt, Dmi...
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