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Computing, Robotics, and Imaging for the Surgical Platform

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  1. Knowledge of vertebra location, shape, and orientation is crucial in many medical applications such as orthopedics or interventional procedures. Computed tomography (CT) offers a high contrast between bone and...

    Authors: Jean-Baptiste Courbot, Edmond Rust, Emmanuel Monfrini and Christophe Collet
    Citation: Journal of Computational Surgery 2016 4:1
  2. The segmentation of the peritoneum and diaphragm is important for the non-rigid registration and surgical simulation on the abdominal viscera region. However, there has been few works on the peritoneum or the ...

    Authors: Alexandre Hostettler, Wenwu Zhu, Stéphane Nicolau, Luc Soler and Jacques Marescaux
    Citation: Journal of Computational Surgery 2015 2:4
  3. Optimizing management of multiple hospital operating rooms (ORs) is a complex problem. A large hospital can have upwards of greater than 50 with a large number of different procedures per day and per OR that n...

    Authors: Marc Garbey, Guillaume Joerger, Albert Huang, Remi Salmon, Jinsu Kim, Vadim Sherman, Brian Dunkin and Barbara Bass
    Citation: Journal of Computational Surgery 2015 2:3
  4. Surgery is characterized by complex tasks performed in stressful environments. To enhance patient safety and reduce errors, surgeons must be trained in environments that mimic the actual clinical setting. Rasm...

    Authors: Saurabh Dargar, Rebecca Kennedy, WeiXuan Lai, Venkata Arikatla and Suvranu De
    Citation: Journal of Computational Surgery 2015 2:2
  5. In this paper, a parametrization strategy based on reduced order methods is presented for tumor growth PDE models. This is applied to a new simple spatial model for lung metastasis including angiogenesis. The ...

    Authors: Thierry Colin, François Cornelis, Julien Jouganous, Jean Palussière and Olivier Saut
    Citation: Journal of Computational Surgery 2015 2:1
  6. Anesthesia-induced altered arousal depends on drugs having their effect in specific brain regions. These effects are also reflected in autonomic nervous system (ANS) outflow dynamics. To this extent, instantan...

    Authors: Gaetano Valenza, Oluwaseun Akeju, Kara J Pavone, Luca Citi, Katharine E Hartnack, Aaron Sampson, Patrick L Purdon, Emery N Brown and Riccardo Barbieri
    Citation: Journal of Computational Surgery 2014 1:13
  7. Development of more sophisticated implantable brain-machine interface (BMI) will require both interpretation of the neurophysiological data being measured and subsequent determination of signals to be delivere...

    Authors: Giljae Lee, Andréa Matsunaga, Salvador Dura-Bernal, Wenjie Zhang, William W Lytton, Joseph T Francis and José A B Fortes
    Citation: Journal of Computational Surgery 2014 1:12
  8. Breast cancer is the most common cancer among women around the world. Breast Conservative Therapy (BCT) is a treatment where the complete tumor and a margin of healthy tissue are surgically removed (partial ma...

    Authors: Nicole Lepoutre, Marlène Gilles, Rémi Salmon, Christophe Collet, Barbara Bass and Marc Garbey
    Citation: Journal of Computational Surgery 2014 1:11
  9. Preoperative simulation can greatly facilitate the safe and effective conduct of surgical procedures, especially for difficult and complex operations such as hepatectomy and pancreatectomy. A computer simulati...

    Authors: Kazuhiro Endo, Naohiro Sata, Yasunao Ishiguro, Atsushi Miki, Hideki Sasanuma, Yasunaru Sakuma, Atsushi Shimizu, Masanobu Hyodo, Alan Lefor and Yoshikazu Yasuda
    Citation: Journal of Computational Surgery 2014 1:10
  10. The study compares the impact of cardiac surgical interventions on the autonomic function by assessing the pre-operative status and early post-operative recovery of subjects undergoing isolated mitral valve re...

    Authors: Sebastian Zaunseder, Maik Riedl, Jürgen Kurths, Hagen Malberg, Robert Bauernschmitt and Niels Wessel
    Citation: Journal of Computational Surgery 2014 1:9
  11. The expected response to fluid infusion is an increase of cardiac output (CO), and this response depends mostly on the current cardiac function of the patient. The importance of the prediction of fluid respons...

    Authors: Manuela Ferrario, Salvatore Pala, Federico Aletti, Nicola Toschi, Antonio Canichella, Maria Guerrisi, Filadelfo Coniglione, Giuseppe Baselli and Mario Dauri
    Citation: Journal of Computational Surgery 2014 1:6
  12. Electrocardiogram (EKG) monitoring is a common standard of care across all operating rooms and intensive care units. Studies have suggested that respiratory variations in the EKG R wave amplitude (EKGv) can be...

    Authors: Christine K Lee, Joseph Rinehart, Cecilia Canales and Maxime Cannesson
    Citation: Journal of Computational Surgery 2014 1:5
  13. Multiple sclerosis affect over 2.5 million people world‐wide. This autoimmune disease of the central nervous system causes damage to the insulating myelin sheaths around the axons in the brain. The disease pro...

    Authors: Daniel Biediger, Christophe Collet and Jean‐Paul Armspach
    Citation: Journal of Computational Surgery 2014 1:3
  14. Simulation of all phenomena taking place in a surgical procedure is a formidable task that involves, when possible, the use of supercomputing facilities over long time periods. However, decision taking in the ...

    Authors: Icíar Alfaro, David González, Felipe Bordeu, Adrien Leygue, Amine Ammar, Elías Cueto and Francisco Chinesta
    Citation: Journal of Computational Surgery 2014 1:1