Photonics for Robotic Surgical Guidance

Mario E. Giardini, Nikola Krstajic, Praveen C. Ashok, Gajendra P. Singh, David Stevenson, Thomas F. Krauss, Kishan Dholakia, Christian T. A. Brown, Wilson Sibbett

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Abstract

Photonics-based technologies can assist endocavitary robotic surgery, by providing tissue diagnostics and surgical guidance. Raman spectroscopy provides biochemical fingerprints of the surgically exposed tissue, the spectral analysis of near-infrared light elastically backscattered by the tissue yields a semiquantitative assessment of tissue oxygenation, and Optical Coherence Tomography uses light to produce cross-sectional tissue images with microscopic detail level, thereby enabling a non-invasive morphological tissue mapping. We report on the implementation of laparoscopy-dedicated approaches to Raman spectroscopy, Optical Coherence Tomography and infrared backscattering within the final phases of the FP7 European project ARAKNES - Array of Robots for Augmenting the Kinematics of Endoluminal Surgery, where these technologies will provide real-time analytical information and guidance during the surgical procedures performed on such innovative second-generation surgical robotic platform.

Conference

ConferenceSociety for Medical Innovation and Technology (SMIT) 2012
CountrySpain
CityBarcelona
Period20/09/1222/09/12

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Photonics
Robotics
Tissue
Optical tomography
Raman spectroscopy
Laparoscopy
Infrared radiation
Oxygenation
Backscattering
Spectrum analysis
Surgery
Kinematics
Robots

Keywords

  • photonics
  • robotics
  • surgery
  • endocavitary robotic surgery
  • laparoscopy-dedicated approaches
  • Raman spectroscopy
  • optical coherence tomography
  • infrared backscattering

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Giardini, M. E., Krstajic, N., Ashok, P. C., Singh, G. P., Stevenson, D., Krauss, T. F., ... Sibbett, W. (2012). Photonics for Robotic Surgical Guidance. Abstract from Society for Medical Innovation and Technology (SMIT) 2012, Barcelona, Spain.
Giardini, Mario E. ; Krstajic, Nikola ; Ashok, Praveen C. ; Singh, Gajendra P. ; Stevenson, David ; Krauss, Thomas F. ; Dholakia, Kishan ; Brown, Christian T. A. ; Sibbett, Wilson. / Photonics for Robotic Surgical Guidance. Abstract from Society for Medical Innovation and Technology (SMIT) 2012, Barcelona, Spain.
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Photonics for Robotic Surgical Guidance. / Giardini, Mario E.; Krstajic, Nikola; Ashok, Praveen C.; Singh, Gajendra P.; Stevenson, David; Krauss, Thomas F.; Dholakia, Kishan; Brown, Christian T. A.; Sibbett, Wilson.

2012. Abstract from Society for Medical Innovation and Technology (SMIT) 2012, Barcelona, Spain.

Research output: Contribution to conferenceAbstract

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Giardini ME, Krstajic N, Ashok PC, Singh GP, Stevenson D, Krauss TF et al. Photonics for Robotic Surgical Guidance. 2012. Abstract from Society for Medical Innovation and Technology (SMIT) 2012, Barcelona, Spain.