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Telerobotics may enable remote-controlled stroke surgery


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Science Robotics
Reuters Health - 14/04/2022 - Neurovascularsurgeons may one day use remote-controlled robots to do emergency procedures on stroke patients many miles away, researchers predict.  Developers of a new telerobotic stroke management system hope it will eventually enable doctors at stroke centers to guide a soft, thin wire through the brain's narrow blood vessels in a patient at another hospital, using a joystick to control the robot's arm.  The wire has a magnet on its tip. Another magnet at the end of the robot's arm steers the wire. Operators observe the progress of the wire via live imaging.


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