: The advent of robotic surgical systems had a significant impact on every surgical area, especially urology, gynecology, and general and cardiac surgery. The aim of this article is to delineate robotic surgery, particularly focusing on its historical background, its evolution, its present status, and its future perspectives. A comprehensive literature review was conducted upon PubMed/MEDLINE, using the keywords "robotic surgical system", "robotic surgical device", "robotics AND urology". Additionally, the retrieved articles' reference lists were investigated. Analysis concentrated on urological surgical systems for laparoscopic surgery that have been given regulatory approval for use on humans. From the late 1980s, before daVinci® Era in 2000s, ancestor platform as Probot® and PUMA 560 were described to outline historical perspective. Thus, new robotic competitors of Intuitive Surgical such as Senhance®, Revo-I®, Versius®, Avatera®, Hinotori®, and HugoTM RAS were illustrated. Although daVinci® had high level competitiveness, and for many years represented the most plausible option for robotic procedures, several modern platforms are emerging in the surgical market. Growing competition through unique features of the new robotic technologies might extend applications fields, improve diffusion, and increase cost-effectiveness procedures. More experiences are needed to identify the role of these new advancements in surgical branches and in healthcare systems.

Robotic Surgery in Urology: History from PROBOT® to HUGOTM / Brassetti, A.; Ragusa, A.; Tedesco, F.; Prata, F.; Cacciatore, L.; Iannuzzi, A.; Bove, A. M.; Anceschi, U.; Proietti, F.; D'Annunzio, S.; Flammia, R. S.; Chiacchio, G.; Ferriero, M.; Guaglianone, S.; Mastroianni, R.; Misuraca, L.; Tuderti, G.; Simone, G.. - In: SENSORS. - ISSN 1424-8220. - 23:16(2023). [10.3390/s23167104]

Robotic Surgery in Urology: History from PROBOT® to HUGOTM

Brassetti A.
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Anceschi U.;Proietti F.;D'Annunzio S.;Flammia R. S.;Ferriero M.;Mastroianni R.;Misuraca L.;Tuderti G.
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2023

Abstract

: The advent of robotic surgical systems had a significant impact on every surgical area, especially urology, gynecology, and general and cardiac surgery. The aim of this article is to delineate robotic surgery, particularly focusing on its historical background, its evolution, its present status, and its future perspectives. A comprehensive literature review was conducted upon PubMed/MEDLINE, using the keywords "robotic surgical system", "robotic surgical device", "robotics AND urology". Additionally, the retrieved articles' reference lists were investigated. Analysis concentrated on urological surgical systems for laparoscopic surgery that have been given regulatory approval for use on humans. From the late 1980s, before daVinci® Era in 2000s, ancestor platform as Probot® and PUMA 560 were described to outline historical perspective. Thus, new robotic competitors of Intuitive Surgical such as Senhance®, Revo-I®, Versius®, Avatera®, Hinotori®, and HugoTM RAS were illustrated. Although daVinci® had high level competitiveness, and for many years represented the most plausible option for robotic procedures, several modern platforms are emerging in the surgical market. Growing competition through unique features of the new robotic technologies might extend applications fields, improve diffusion, and increase cost-effectiveness procedures. More experiences are needed to identify the role of these new advancements in surgical branches and in healthcare systems.
2023
Da Vinci; Hugo-RAS system; robotic platform; robotic surgery; urology
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Robotic Surgery in Urology: History from PROBOT® to HUGOTM / Brassetti, A.; Ragusa, A.; Tedesco, F.; Prata, F.; Cacciatore, L.; Iannuzzi, A.; Bove, A. M.; Anceschi, U.; Proietti, F.; D'Annunzio, S.; Flammia, R. S.; Chiacchio, G.; Ferriero, M.; Guaglianone, S.; Mastroianni, R.; Misuraca, L.; Tuderti, G.; Simone, G.. - In: SENSORS. - ISSN 1424-8220. - 23:16(2023). [10.3390/s23167104]
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