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iProstate. 3D rendering tool for localization and staging of prostate cancer

iProstate is a software application (spanish registration nº V-159-11) developed by Nbio and José Luis Ruiz-Cerdá, MD from the Hospital la Fe from Valencia.

iProstate allows the introduction of data from biopsies, PSA and Gleason from a patient and it makes a prediction for the staging and spatial localization of the tumoral tissues.

iProstate also allows the 3D visualization of the tumour. iProstate has several options for making reports for each patient.

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29 March 2011 No comments

WO 2010/018283. Robotic arm for controlling arm movement

The present invention relates to a robotic arm and a method of using this robotic arm. The present invention more specifically relates to a robotic arm which can be used in upper limb training.

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14 December 2010 No comments

P201001008 /6. Telerobotic arm for MIS

The solution presented on this patent uses a parallel plat- form with kinematic architecture 3UPS1S and small di- mensions. The device is able to give orientation to the MIS surgical tool, thanks to the three degrees of freedom it has. Additionally, a device that allows a translational degree of freedom along the axis of the tool is foreseen. This device presents a high dinamic stiffness and it is able to give high torques and forces using only three small linear actuators of 3,13 N of nominal power. The goal of the given solution is to design a robot whose workspace fits as much as pos- sible to the objective workspace (the cone of laparoscopic procedures), without internal singularities and that is capa- ble to give the required forces.

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12 November 2010 No comments