Scrub nurse robot system-intraoperative motion analysis of a scrub nurse and timed-automata-based model for surgery

Abstract

The goal of the project described in this paper is to develop a human-adaptive Scrub Nurse Robot (SNR) that can adapt to surgeons with various levels of skill and experience in order to compensate for the present severe shortage of scrub nurses. To determine the specifications of the SNR, we analyzed real intraoperative behavior of a scrub nurse, and then… (More)
DOI: 10.1109/TIE.2005.855692

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@article{Miyawaki2005ScrubNR, title={Scrub nurse robot system-intraoperative motion analysis of a scrub nurse and timed-automata-based model for surgery}, author={Fujio Miyawaki and Ken Masamune and Satoshi Suzuki and Kitaro Yoshimitsu and Juri Vain}, journal={IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics}, year={2005}, volume={52}, pages={1227-1235} }