Volume 2, No. 4, October 2013

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  • ISSN: 2278-0149 (Online)
  • Abbreviated Title:  Int. J. Mech. Eng. Robot. Res.  
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Medical Robotics and Automation

Borchate Sourabh Shivaji, Jamadar Afaqahmed Mushtaqahmed, and Ghorpade Umesh Suresh
Department of Mechanical Engineering, Sanjeevan Engineering and Technology Institute, Panhala, Kolhapur, Maharashtra, India

Abstract—The Society is interested in both applied and theoretical issues in robotics and automation. Robotics is here defined to include intelligent machines and systems used, for example, in space exploration, human services, or manufacturing; whereas automation includes the use of automated methods in various applications, for example, factory, office, home, laboratory automation, or transportation systems to improve performance and productivity. Robotics and Automation involves designing and implementing intelligent machines which can do work too dirty, too dangerous, too precise or too tedious for humans. It also pushes the boundary on the level of intelligence and capability for many forms of autonomous, semi-autonomous and teleported machines. Intelligent machines have applications in medicine, defense, space and underwater exploration, service industries, disaster relief, manufacturing and assembly and entertainment. This paper employs the rubric of medical robotics, reflecting common historical use of Medicine to differentiate non-invasive diagnosis and therapy from surgery.

Index Terms—Automation, CARDI, Non-invasive diagnosis, Biomechatronics, Neurorobotics, Telesurgery

Cite: Borchate Sourabh Shivaji, Jamadar Afaqahmed Mushtaqahmed, and Ghorpade Umesh Suresh, "Medical Robotics and Automation," International Journal of Mechanical Engineering and Robotics Research, Vol. 2, No. 4, pp. 112-118, October 2013.