Event Date: Thu - 17 Nov, 2022
Event Time: 12:15 am
Location: World Laparoscopy Hospital
The da Vinci Surgical System is a robotic surgical system that is used in minimally invasive surgeries. It consists of three main components: the Patient Cart, the Vision Cart, and the Master Console.
The Patient Cart is the part of the system that is positioned next to the patient during the surgery. It contains four robotic arms that are used to manipulate surgical instruments, as well as a camera arm that provides a 3D view of the surgical site.
The Vision Cart houses the computer that controls the system and the high-definition 3D camera that provides the surgeon with a clear view of the surgical site. The camera uses infrared technology to track the instruments, allowing the surgeon to control them with a high degree of precision.
The Master Console is where the surgeon sits during the surgery. It consists of a set of hand and foot controls that are used to manipulate the instruments and camera on the Patient Cart. The console also includes a high-definition display that provides the surgeon with a 3D view of the surgical site.
The instruments used in the da Vinci system are designed to mimic the movements of the human hand, allowing the surgeon to perform complex procedures with a high degree of accuracy. The system's robotic arms can also be controlled remotely, allowing the surgeon to perform procedures from a remote location.
The da Vinci system is based on robotic remote sensor technology, which allows the surgeon to control the instruments with a high degree of precision. The system uses a combination of sensors and cameras to track the movements of the surgeon's hands and translate them into movements of the robotic instruments.
The docking system is used to attach the Patient Cart to the surgical table. It consists of a set of arms that hold the Patient Cart in place, as well as a set of connectors that allow the system to communicate with the Vision Cart and Master Console.