A Robotic Platform for At-Home Ultrasound Diagnostic ImagingPublic Deposited
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A continuation of a project where a portable teleoperated robot for ultrasound diagnostic imaging was developed. The importance of telemedicine in a post-pandemic world is emphasized through this diagnostic tool. The device remains a six degree-of-freedom teleoperated robot that utilizes a third-party portable ultrasound probe for image collection. The design of this device was remodeled to include motion mapping based control interface and six degree-of-freedom position feedback control for intuitive, easy, and accurate operation. Safety of the device was enhanced by improving the emergency stop function. A human subject testing protocol was developed and attempted.
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