Department   School of Medicine(Tokyo Women's Medical University Hospital), School of Medicine
   Position   Assistant Professor
Language English
Title Automated Surgical Procedure Capture and Analysis System for Surgical Performance Evaluation
Conference 37th International Congress and Exhibitionon Computer Assisted Radiology (CARS2023) 24th IFCARS / SPIE / ISCAS Joint Workshop on the Digital Operating Room (DOR)
Conference Type International society and overseas society
Presentation Type Speech
Lecture Type General
Publisher and common publisher◎YOSHIMITSU Kitaro, ISHIKAWA Tatsuya, MURAGAKI Yoshihiro, MASAMUNE Ken
Date 2023/06/20
Country Germany
(city and name of the country)
Munich, Germany
Holding period 2023/06/20~2023/06/23
Society abstract 37th International Congress and Exhibitionon Computer Assisted Radiology (CARS2023) program 32-33
Summary The e mmisi sions imposed on the surgical operating team each have an "ideal surgical procedure" to a greater or lesser degree. Various
factors that create a gap with the ideal fonn, and in many cases, the accumulation of those gaps. In other words, it leads to a decrease in surgical quality, efficiency, and productivity as a demerit method. Conventionally, many surgical support systems, both hardware and software, have been developed with the aim of reducing the burden on surgical staff and realizing efficient surgical support. However, efforts to improve the q叫ity and performance of surgery by unraveling the gap between the ideal and the ideal state throughout surgery have not been realized.
The purpose of this research is to establish a method to immedi­ately score the perfonnance of the clinical team after the operation and to show that the technique and work efficiency are improved
The final goal of this research is to present ape廿ormance score at the end of surgery. This system is like the automatic scoring function of karaoke, "Today's case is 96/100 points!". Thus、we aim to improve the performance of the clinical team as a whole.