Surgical Robotics Technology

Minimally Invasive Robotic Surgery Systems

Find manufacturers and suppliers of robotic systems for minimally invasive surgery.


Revo-i, a safe and affordable robotic surgical system.

Minimally Invasive Surgical Product Innovators

Breakthrough robotic solutions for simplified percutaneous renal access.

Universalising high-precision surgery with Bitrack surgical robot

Hand-held mechanical advanced laparoscopic devices

Medical robotic solutions that help everyone live healthier, more peaceful lives.

Empowering the Surgeon with the Maestro Robotic System

Revolutionizing CO2 Laser Technology within Robotic Surgery.

Modular handheld solutions that are reinventing Minimally Invasive Surgery (MIS).

The world's first and only hybrid surgical robot, Dexter.

Global supplier of surgical robots, instruments, parts, and accessories to the secondary market.

Bronchoscopic robotic system with real-time imaging capabilities.

What is minimally invasive surgery?

Minimally invasive surgery (MIS) is a type of surgery that limits the number and size of incisions needed to perform the procedure. This approach can result in shorter recovery times, reduced pain and a lower risk of infection compared to traditional, open surgery.

In minimally invasive surgery, one or more small incision is made in the body. The surgeon will insert a laparoscope through one of the incisions. A laparoscope is a long tube with a light and high-resolution camera. As the laparoscope moves, images from the camera are displayed on the screen to be viewed in real time. The surgeon will insert other instruments in the remaining incisions which are used to carry out the surgical procedure. Once complete, the instruments are removed from the incisions, and the incisions are then closed with stitches or tape.

Minimally invasive robotic surgery

Minimally invasive robotic surgery is an alternative to conventional techniques and can enable surgeons to perform many types of complex procedures with high precision, flexibility, and control.

Minimally invasive robotic system

The most widely adopted minimally invasive surgical robotic systems include a robotic arm with a camera and additional robotic arms with surgical instruments attached to them. The surgeon performs the procedure, controlling the arms, whilst seated or standing at a surgeon/computer console near the operating table. The surgeon console provides a high-definition, 3D display from the camera arm.

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