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This thematic series will review the status quo in robotic surgery, its surrounding clinical environment, as well as the key technologies that will shape the future.
This thematic series will review and feature innovative biomedical engineering concepts in musculoskeletal research, development and surgery
This thematic series, inspired by TERMIS 2018 and led by thought leaders in the field, will address outstanding challenges in tissue and disease modelling.
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Robots used for laparoscopic surgery is one of the most active areas of surgical robots. This article is an overview of the research and development of laparoscope-holder robots, master-slave robots and hand-held robotic forceps.
Aims and scope
BMC Biomedical Engineering is an open access, peer-reviewed journal that considers articles on all aspects of biomedical engineering, including fundamental, translational and clinical research. It combines tools and methods from biology and medicine with mathematics, physical sciences and engineering towards the understanding of human biology and disease and the improvement of human health.Sections:
- Biomaterials, nanomedicine and tissue engineering
- Medical technologies, robotics and rehabilitation engineering
- Biosensors and bioelectronics
- Computational and systems biology
- Biomedical Imaging
Lingling Tian, BMC
Sang Yup Lee, Korea Advanced Institute of Science andTechnology
Alan Lefor, Jichi Medical University
António Veloso, University of Lisbon
Yong Wang, Chinese Academy of Sciences
Zhi Yang, University of Minnesota
Jong Chul Ye, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology
Dimitrios Zeugolis, NUI Galway
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BMC Series blog
16 October 2019