The doctor controls the robot to operate on the patient at a distance of 2,000km

Doctor Hua Keqin at the Hospital of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Fudan University in Shanghai controls the robotic arm, transmitting data in real time to the robot in the operating room in Yinchuan City, Ningxia Autonomous Region, in the Northwest. China, 2,000 km away to remove the uterus for a 50-year-old patient.

The female patient, surnamed Wang, has had a uterine tumor for 8 years and wishes to be treated by a famous Shanghai doctor.

According to experts, every operation of Dr. Hua in Shanghai is "perfectly copied" by the robot in Ningxia. The doctor can also clearly see how the robot arm in Ningxia moves, both robots moving at the same time. During the 2 hour surgery, the patient bleeds very little.

The doctor controls the robot to operate on the patient at a distance of 2,000km Picture 1

This is the first time this hospital has performed a minimally invasive and "ultra-far" surgery involving robotics, 5G technology and artificial intelligence. The robot magnifies the doctor's vision 10 to 15 times, providing high-definition, three-dimensional images that help them better understand the space and spacing of parts. In addition, the robotic arm can also improve accuracy by filtering out vibrations from the human hand.

With information technology and improvements in healthcare, the robotic arm has promoted the expansion of high-quality medical resources, helping people in remote areas receive medical examination and treatment with standard medical services. right at home.

The surgical robot used is Toumai, which has integrated remote surgery technology, allowing doctors to control it from outside the operating room. This is a product of Shanghai MicroPort MedBot company developed and approved in China last year. To date, this robot has completed about 800 surgeries, including complex procedures in the thoracic, abdominal and pelvic cavity, in nearly 40 hospitals.

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