Surgical Robots

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Surgical robots are robotic systems that are used to perform surgical procedures. These robots are designed to provide surgeons with greater precision, control, and accuracy during surgery. They can be used to perform a variety of procedures, including minimally invasive surgery, laparoscopic surgery, and robotic-assisted surgery. Surgical robots are equipped with advanced imaging technology, such as 3D imaging, to provide surgeons with a detailed view of the surgical site. They also have robotic arms that are controlled by the surgeon to perform precise movements. Surgical robots are becoming increasingly popular in the medical field, as they can reduce the risk of complications and improve patient outcomes.

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