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11601 – The University of Central Florida invention is a guide hole design that enables accurate and precise needle targeting while minimizing the change in dynamic characteristics. As a result, the biopsy needle can fire at the designed speed, leading to a successful intervention. Percutaneous intervention procedures are employed in numerous surgical methods involving needle puncture... Read More
11618 – The University of Central Florida invention is a compact robotic system that can enhance surgical precision during orthognathic (corrective jaw) surgery. The device, which complements a surgeon’s free hand expertise, can be directly mounted onto a patient’s skull to assist the surgeon in precisely repositioning the jawbone during the procedure.
11540 – The University of Central Florida invention describes a laparoscopy support system that bridges the gap between manual and robotic laparoscopy. The device is semi-robotic in such a way that the surgeon can still manipulate the tools with their own speed and precision. However, the surgeon can lock the position and rotation of each trocar and inserted tool in place using a... Read More