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By Bernadette Wagner RN, CNOR

Surgical Robotics


Describe the use of Robots in performing surgery



Describe Hardware and Software programs



Assess the Role and Function of the Nurse



Describe the Advantages/Disadvantages from a
Nursing perspective





Surgical robot is a computer controlled
device used by a surgeon




Surgical robotics is minimally invasive and
precise


An alternative to open and laparoscopic
surgery



Used successfully in over tens of thousands
cases: Cardiothoracic, Gynecologic, Urology
and Pediatric surgeries


Robotic Arm
-
Automated Endoscopic System
for Optimal Positioning (AESOP)



Haptic Sensor
-

a sensor that gives the
surgeon a “sense” of touch during remote
surgery



Computer Console with 3D high definition
visualization



Teleoperated Surgical Instruments



In Robotic Surgery

Voice Recognition

Depth Q Capture©

Depth Q Player©

Software Program


Criteria:




1. Human Computer Interaction(HCI)




2. Usability




3. Ergonomics



Hardware, Software and
Telecommunications
Networks

Special Purpose


Greater patient satisfaction and comfort



Revise patient education pre and post op



Nurses commitment to continued education





(Morris,2005)

Advantages



Greater patient
satisfaction and
comfort



Nursing advancement
and involvement in
“cutting
-
edge”
procedures and
training

Disadvantages



Robots eliminate the
need for nursing
personnel ?



Expensive price tag


Legal liability from state to state



State Licensure



The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability
Act (HIPPA)



Competencies required

Educator

Consultant

System Specialist

Project Manager

Informatics
Nurse

Summary

Robotic Surgery

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(2009).
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Limitations, and Impact on Surgical Education.
Medscape

General Medicine, 7(3).

Retrieved March
2,2010, from
http://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/511854



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Robotic Surgery Moves from Science Fiction to
Reality.
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http://zone.nicom/devzone/cda/pub/p/id/257

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Legal and ethical issues in telemedicine and
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-
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-
id=944833

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Gassert

,C., Curran, C.(2001).
Informatics competencies for nurses at four levels
of practice.
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40(7),
303
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Staggers, N.(2003). Human factors: Imperative
concepts for information systems in critical are.

AACN Clinical Issues, 14(3),
310
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Principles of
information systems

(8
th

ed.). Boston,MA:
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