Force Modeling, Identification, and Feedback Control of Robot-Assisted Needle Insertion: A Survey of the Literature

@inproceedings{Yang2018ForceMI,
  title={Force Modeling, Identification, and Feedback Control of Robot-Assisted Needle Insertion: A Survey of the Literature},
  author={Chongjun Yang and Yu Xie and Shuang Liu and Dong Sun},
  booktitle={Sensors},
  year={2018}
}
Robot-assisted surgery is of growing interest in the surgical and engineering communities. The use of robots allows surgery to be performed with precision using smaller instruments and incisions, resulting in shorter healing times. However, using current technology, an operator cannot directly feel the operation because the surgeon-instrument and instrument-tissue interaction force feedbacks are lost during needle insertion. Advancements in force feedback and control not only help reduce tissue… CONTINUE READING

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