Robotic arms in the operating room – When the surgeon can work in a sitting position

Dietmar Stephan
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Surgeons do not only need much concentration, but also strength and endurance.

Robotic arms under their control can do part of this work. Prof. (Saitama Med. Univ.) Dietmar Stephan from the St. Marien Hospital Siegen describes in our video, how controls and haptic feedback can make surgery with a robot easier. And chief physician Prof. Frank Willeke explains, how a hospital can create the right conditions for the use of a surgical robot.

Robotic arms in the operating room – When the surgeon can work in a sitting position