Robotic Microscopy

Robotic Microscopy

IBS Hospital is at the Forefront of Robotic Microscopy in Surgery

At IBS Hospital, Robotic Microscopy marks a new era in surgical excellence, blending advanced robotics with high-definition microscopy. This integration transforms delicate surgeries, providing unmatched precision and enhancing patient safety in complex neurosurgical and ophthalmic procedures.

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What is Robotic Microscopy?

Robotic Microscopy is a phenomenal modality that integrates advanced microscopy and analytic technologies to enhance various aspects of imaging, enabling the examination and study of individual neurons. At IBS Hospital, we are equipped with the ZEISS KINEVO 900, an advanced Robotic Visualization Modality that includes a micro-inspection tool and surgeon controlled robotics.

The robotic system aids in the precise positioning of the microscope and the automation and processing of collected data, while the microscope itself generates detailed cellular-level structures. Initially designed for functional studies of neurons in various brain areas, this technology has also become invaluable in biomedical research and surgical robotics. Robotic Microscopy allows for simultaneous cellular-level imaging of multiple sample areas from a patient.

The aim of Robotic Microscopy is to facilitate hassle-free and precision-based microscopic imaging while ensuring better time optimization, significantly enhancing the efficiency and effectiveness of medical research and surgical procedures.

What are the key components that constitute Robotic Microscopy?

Robotic Microscopy combines the following elements:

  • High-resolution microscopes, either optical or electronic, for generating cellular-level images with precise details.
  • Robotic arms, also known as robotic manipulators, help position the microscope along different axes with added accuracy.
  • Hi-tech imaging software regulates the movement of the robotic arms to change the microscope’s position, capturing  different areas and angles.
What are the primary uses of Robotic Microscopy?

Robotic Microscopy is primarily used for the following functions:

  • High-resolution and rapid screening of large samples.
  • Analyzing multiple areas through various dimensions, ensuring better imaging with added precision. It allows for both surface and deep imaging.
  • Analyzing tissue samples for diagnosing and evaluating a variety of medical conditions.
What are the advantages of Robotic Microscopy?

Advantages of Robotic Microscopy include:

  • Unlike regular imaging modalities, Robotic Microscopy, with its 5 degrees of freedom, allows doctors to view 3-D samples from multiple angles.
  • It is not limited to a particular area and can simultaneously assess different areas using multiple tiny probes.
  • It offers cellular-level resolution, allowing for precise assessment of various neurons spread throughout the brain.
  • Robotic microscopy helps reduce human error, thereby alleviating the risks of various surgical complications.”

IBS Hospital Empowers Your Treatment with Cutting-edge Technology

We continuously incorporate cutting-edge technologies from around the world into our offerings, such as a surgical system that allows for precise and confident complex procedures. We use magnetic stimulation to treat certain neurological conditions and create personalised brain maps for tailored treatment plans. Nerve monitoring during surgeries ensures the nervous system is not compromised, and a robotic exoskeleton aids in mobility issues. Our goal at IBS Hospital is to provide the best care possible, utilising the latest and most innovative technologies available.

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