Robotics in Eye Surgery


It is almost impossible for people not to use technology in some way or another in this 21st century. Throughout human history, humans have developed new and improved technologies and automated processes to make a tedious process easy, safe, accurate, quick, and simple. Robot-assisted eye surgeries is one such example. As well as treating cataracts, glaucoma, detached retinas, retinal tears, diabetic retinopathy, and nearsightedness or farsightedness, eye surgeries address a number of other disorders. An intricate and very small sensory system such as the human eye requires very precise motion of surgical tools during surgery. Robotics technology allows surgeons to perform a surgery more accurately and with less blood loss in less time. Robots have been playing a crucial role in helping surgeons perform eye surgeries, particularly cataract surgeries. Here are some examples of robotic technology in use:


  • Da- Vinci robotic system
  • Intraocular Robotic Interventional Surgical System (IRISS)
  • The Johns Hopkins Steady-Hand Eye Robot

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