Artificial intelligence empowered surgical tools are becoming more and more common, utilizing their extreme stability and accuracy to successfully perform a variety of surgical procedures, achieving a very high success rate, and shortening recovery time, says Ron Soferman, CEO of RSIP Vision.
The Israel-based medical AI company develops advanced AI and computer vision-driven solutions for the medical field, with a strong lead in the robotic surgery thriving segment. More and more AI-driven applications are being introduced to the radiology market, changing the diagnostic field and improving the diagnostic process. Not far behind, a substantial shift is happening in another critical medical segment: the operating room.
More and more medical robotic companies are taking advantage of the new capabilities driven by AI and innovative computer vision algorithms to provide solutions that add accuracy and stability, save time, and improve supervision on many daily surgery procedures. Besides improving the surgery process, Soferman says this advanced technology also shortens recovery time and reduces infection risks by favoring minimally invasive methods, which expose only the minimal needed surface for the robotic arms’ operation.
“Our teams are developing state-of-the-art algorithmics solutions that make this revolution so real, giving surgical systems the capability to understand the medical scene, detect and monitor surgical tools during the procedure, offer a crystal clear real-time view of the treated organ, while allowing precise depth measurements and video supervision of the whole procedure indicating irregularities, missing tools or disposables, and much more,” explained Soferman in a recent interview.
RSIP Vision is developing and providing these advanced modules to medical surgery vendors, allowing them to provide specific solutions for a variety of surgical operations in the orthopedics, aesthetics, and general surgery fields.
RSIP Vision is headquartered in Jerusalem, Israel, and has a U.S. office in San Jose, Calif.
Featured image: Robotic Surgery (Credit: RSIP Vision)