Operation and force analysis of the guide wire in a minimally invasive vascular interventional surgery robot system

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Authors: Yang, X., Wang, H., Sun, L. and Yu, H.

Journal: Chinese Journal of Mechanical Engineering (English Edition)

Volume: 28

Issue: 2

Pages: 249-257

ISSN: 1000-9345

DOI: 10.3901/CJME.2014.1229.181

© Chinese Mechanical Engineering Society and Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2015 To develop a robot system for minimally invasive surgery is significant, however the existing minimally invasive surgery robots are not applicable in practical operations, due to their limited functioning and weaker perception. A novel wire feeder is proposed for minimally invasive vascular interventional surgery. It is used for assisting surgeons in delivering a guide wire, balloon and stenting into a specific lesion location. By contrasting those existing wire feeders, the motion methods for delivering and rotating the guide wire in blood vessel are described, and their mechanical realization is presented. A new resistant force detecting method is given in details. The change of the resistance force can help the operator feel the block or embolism existing in front of the guide wire. The driving torque for rotating the guide wire is developed at different positions. Using the CT reconstruction image and extracted vessel paths, the path equation of the blood vessel is obtained. Combining the shapes of the guide wire outside the blood vessel, the whole bending equation of the guide wire is obtained. That is a risk criterion in the delivering process. This process can make operations safer and man-machine interaction more reliable. A novel surgery robot for feeding guide wire is designed, and a risk criterion for the system is given.

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Authors: Xue, Y., Hongbo, W., Li, S. and Hongnian, Y.

Journal: CHINESE JOURNAL OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

Volume: 28

Issue: 2

Pages: 249-257

eISSN: 2192-8258

ISSN: 1000-9345

DOI: 10.3901/CJME.2014.1229.181

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