Robotic cochlear implantation: surgical procedure and first clinical experience.

@article{Caversaccio2017RoboticCI,
  title={Robotic cochlear implantation: surgical procedure and first clinical experience.},
  author={Marco Caversaccio and Kate A. Gavaghan and Wilhelm Wimmer and Tom M. Williamson and Juan Ans{\'o} and Georgios Mantokoudis and Nicolas Gerber and Christoph Rathgeb and Arne Feldmann and Franca Wagner and Olivier Scheidegger and Martin Kompis and Christian Weisstanner and Masoud Zoka-Assadi and Kai Michael R{\"o}sler and Lukas Anschuetz and Markus E. Huth and Stefan Weber},
  journal={Acta oto-laryngologica},
  year={2017},
  volume={137 4},
  pages={447-454}
}
CONCLUSION A system for robotic cochlear implantation (rCI) has been developed and a corresponding surgical workflow has been described. The clinical feasibility was demonstrated through the conduction of a safe and effective rCI procedure. OBJECTIVES To define a clinical workflow for rCI and demonstrate its feasibility, safety, and effectiveness within a clinical setting. METHOD A clinical workflow for use of a previously described image guided surgical robot system for rCI was developed… CONTINUE READING
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