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Frost & Sullivan: Medical Robots Will Revolutionize Most Surgical Disciplines

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Frost & Sullivan: Medical Robots WillFrost & Sullivan: Medical Robots Will Revolutionize Most Surgical Disciplines PR Newswire LONDON, Feb. 25, 2014 - The demand is particularly high for prostatectomy and hysterectomy minimally invasive surgeries Surgical robots are gaining widespread acceptance across the globe as they enhance the surgeon's abilities in terms of surgical imaging, navigation, planning and instrument manipulation. Market participants are conducting extensive research in this field to further strengthen the capabilities of surgeons through advanced imaging techniques, higher degrees of freedom, interactive interfaces, haptics feedback, and teleoperation. Surgical robot manufacturers are also trying to reduce the footprint of existing robotic systems and lessen the invasiveness of surgical procedures by advancing single port, natural orifice, and swarm robotic technologies. New analysis from Frost & Sullivan, Innovations in Medical Robotics, finds that the global surgical robotics market is top-heavy, with the leading participants having cutting-edge technologies and large patent libraries. The industry also has an abundance of smaller participants – companies, spinoffs, and research universities – who are working on innovations in medical robotics.
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Frost & Sullivan: Medical Robots Will Revolutionize Most Surgical Disciplines

PR Newswire

- The demand is particularly high for prostatectomy and hysterectomy minimally invasive surgeries

Surgical robots are gaining widespread acceptance across the globe as they enhance the surgeon's abilities in terms of surgical imaging, navigation, planning and instrument manipulation.

Market participants are conducting extensive research in this field to further strengthen the capabilities of surgeons through advanced imaging techniques, higher degrees of freedom, interactive interfaces, haptics feedback, and teleoperation. Surgical robot manufacturers are also trying to reduce the footprint of existing robotic systems and lessen the invasiveness of surgical procedures by advancing single port, natural orifice, and swarm robotic technologies.