Medical device for drug administration and aspiration in endoscopic endonasal surgery.
Endoscopic endonasal surgery is a minimally invasive surgery used in otolaryngology and neurosurgery. This methodology uses nasal cavity to access into the area to be surged.
Due to the small size of the nasal cavity, surgeons must use an endoscopy to visualize the surgical field. The used of an endoscopy makes difficult to have a good depth perception and produces a loss of field. Moreover, this type of surgeries needs a high precision and motion control of the instruments, so the use of a surgical robot is the best option because of the state of the art.
This invention shows a hybrid medical device for drug administration and aspiration in endoscopic endonasal surgery. It can be used by a human or controlled by using a robot. In addition, it is possible to change tool size and form to be adapted to every type of laparoscopic surgery.
It is the unique device which let both drug aspiration and administration during surgery.
This surgical tool which can be used by a human o controlled by using a robot.
It is possible to change tool size and form to be adapted to every type of laparoscopic surgery
Inventores de IBIMA
Isabel GuerreroUnidad de Innovación IBIMA
María MengualUnidad de Innovación IBIMA
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