Less is sometimes more: a comparison of distance-control and navigated-control concepts of image-guided navigation support for surgeons.

@article{Luz2015LessIS,
  title={Less is sometimes more: a comparison of distance-control and navigated-control concepts of image-guided navigation support for surgeons.},
  author={Maria Luz and Dietrich Manzey and Susanne Modemann and Gero Strau\ss},
  journal={Ergonomics},
  year={2015},
  volume={58 3},
  pages={383-93}
}
UNLABELLED Image-guided navigation (IGN) systems provide automation support of intra-operative information analysis and decision-making for surgeons. Previous research showed that navigated-control (NC) systems which represent high levels of decision-support and directly intervene in surgeons' workflow provide benefits with respect to patient safety and surgeons' physiological stress but also involve several cost effects (e.g. prolonged surgery duration, reduced secondary-task performance). It… CONTINUE READING
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