Intraoperative Navigation System for Image Guided Surgery

Autores: Alessandro De Mauro and Julien Mazars and Luigi Manco and Taulant Mataj and Alberto Hernández

Fecha: 04.07.2012

2010 International Conference on Complex, Intelligent and Software Intensive Systems


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Abstract

Surgery is a field in which Human-Computer Interaction design and technical development is a critical success factor. Patient safety and surgical accuracy can take great advantages from a carefully designed user interface technology. The medical world needs easy and fast sharing of information. Prior to the use of any interface, an accurate analysis is required in order to understand if it meets medical needs. Normally, if the innovative concepts proposed relay on the use of existing medical devices it is more probable that new technology is successful. We present the initial development of software for the navigation in different types of stereotactic surgeries. In this research, conventional medical interfaces for intra-operative visualization purposes are augmented with three-dimensional information provided to the surgeon in order to minimize mistakes.

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author = {Alessandro De Mauro and Julien Mazars and Luigi Manco and Taulant Mataj and Alberto Hernández},
title = {Intraoperative Navigation System for Image Guided Surgery},
journal = {2010 International Conference on Complex, Intelligent and Software Intensive Systems},
pages = {486-490},
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Minimally Invasive Surgery, Image Guided Surgery, Augmented Reality, Medical Simulation-component


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Surgery is a field in which Human-Computer Interaction design and technical development is a critical success factor. Patient safety and surgical accuracy can take great advantages from a carefully designed user interface technology. The medical world needs easy and fast sharing of information. Prior to the use of any interface, an accurate analysis is required in order to understand if it meets medical needs. Normally, if the innovative concepts proposed relay on the use of existing medical devices it is more probable that new technology is successful. We present the initial development of software for the navigation in different types of stereotactic surgeries. In this research, conventional medical interfaces for intra-operative visualization purposes are augmented with three-dimensional information provided to the surgeon in order to minimize mistakes.


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