The Precision Freehand Sculptor: A Robotic Tool for Less Invasive Joint Replacement Surgery

The Precision Freehand Sculptor: A Robotic Tool for Less Invasive Joint Replacement Surgery

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An optical tracking camera continuously monitors the 3D position of infrared markers attached to the tool and bone. The PFS computer compares the blade's location on the bone to the target shape which it has been instructed to cut. It retracts or extends the blade accordingly. The target shape is specified to mate well with the implant and position the implant for proper biomechanics.9.1.5 Typical Retraction Distances In Chapter 8 we described how to estimate the required blade retraction speed based on the expected ... To achieve this retraction in a single 12ms timestep requires a constant velocity of 16mm/s. This isanbsp;...


Title:The Precision Freehand Sculptor: A Robotic Tool for Less Invasive Joint Replacement Surgery
Author: Gabriel Brisson
Publisher:ProQuest - 2008
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