Incremental Growth in the Spinal Surgical Robots to Transform the Way Surgeries Took Place

Published By: IndustryARC Published On : 28-Sep-2016

Surgical Robots have seamlessly made way into the present day surgery techniques and has transformed the conventional procedures into exceptional techniques, thus paving way for the bright future of medicine. With the advent of commercially available robots, the most famous among them being the Intuitive Surgical's® da Vinci®), the interaction between doctor and computer assistance has reached its pinnacle. Moreover, neurosurgery and herein spine surgery seems an ideal set of application for a robot assisted surgery. Medical surgical robots are still in their infancy; the existing applications of surgical robots are promising, and likely developments in the future appear far beyond the thoughts.

Spinal Surgical Robots Market

The above figure mentions the incidence of Traumatic Spinal Cord Injury (TSCI) among male and female at different age groups. Although the incidence seems to be decreasing in some countries, there are some regions yet where the prevalence is high. Studies in the developed regions like the U.S. Germany, Canada, Finland and Australia have seen a decline in the incidence of TSCI resulting from road traffic crashes. With an incremental growth in the number of spinal surgeries across the world, robots prove to be a best option for surgeon assistance. The usage of robots advances the accuracy of techniques and decreases any complications in spinal surgeries. The adoption of surgical robots for spinal surgeries is poised to achieve significant growth. Some of the major factors attributing to this growing demand are the aging of the population and hospital cost reductions through decreased length of stay. Spinal surgical robots escalate accuracy in spinal surgeries and also offer significant cost savings in terms of pre- and post-operation care costs involved during the stay at hospitals.

The most renowned surgical robot is the Intuitive Surgical da Vinci robot. The da Vinci is characteristically used for any minimally invasive or laparoscopic surgery and is frequently used for surgeries like hysterectomies, bypass surgeries, prostatectomies and eliminating cancerous tissues.

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