The Contribution Of Medical Robots To Clinical Performance: Up-To-Date

Gabriela Savuc, Doriana Forna, Norina Consuela Forna

The paper presents several theoretical aspects regarding the current stage of robots’ performance in the medical field. While robots have the potential and ability to improve the precision, movements, skills and capacities of the human hand, their presence in clinics is rather reduced, although their use is necessary in a variety of branches of the medical “industry”. Medical robots are made of almost rigid connections which comprise articulations that allow relative movements from one connection to another, robots being controlled by a computer system towards any point and in the orientation desired inside the working space.

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