Robotics in Neurosurgery

Robotics is a fast-moving discipline that is changing neurosurgery in combination with breakthroughs in artificial intelligence and machine learning. Robotic surgery has the potential to eliminate mechanical errors, save operating hours, and give the same or better resective margins than minimal-access surgery. This will result in great surgical outcomes with the fewest possible problems. Because of the physical complexity of the brain and the space limits inherent in neurosurgical procedures, we can observe some encouraging steps in this direction, but there is still a long way to go. The NeuroMate robot was the first FDA-approved robotic equipment intended exclusively for neurosurgery usage. There are various robotic technologies available for spinal surgery that provide tool guiding and implant placement confirmation.ROSA Brain, an advanced surgical tool, is used in robot-assisted neurosurgery to do minimally invasive surgeries in the brain. Robotic operating surgical assistant (ROSA) is an acronym for robotic operating surgical assistant. It combines a robotic arm with the ability to take comprehensive brain images of your child.

Market Analysis : Robotic neurosurgery is a rapidly evolving technology that offers a number of advantages over traditional neurological surgery, including improved outcomes, enhanced accuracy, faster recovery, and a shorter hospital stay, to name a few. From 2020 to 2030, the number of surgeries performed with robotic surgical systems in the United States will increase at a CAGR of 10.5 percent. The growing incidence of neurological diseases, ageing population, improved benefits with robotics-based procedures, and decreasing price of robot-assisted neurology surgery will drive the global neurosurgical robotics market to $2,010.7 million by 2027, growing at a 16.8 percent annual rate from 2020 to 2027. Surgical robots allow surgeons to perform more precise difficult surgical procedures. Furthermore, the introduction of new and advanced robots will meet the ever-increasing demands of end users.

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