Robotic technologies and systems are increasingly gaining ground in the medical sector again. Specifically in the field of surgery, many applications aiming to assist surgeons are being supported by assistance systems more and more frequently. It is not a question of replacing the surgeon but of enhancing his or her skills.

AKTORmed, the German market leader in robotic assistance systems guiding endoscopes in minimally invasive surgery, boasts more than ten years of experience. In this context, our SOLOASSIST II platform sets an industrial benchmark regarding flexibility, functionality and operability. At present, we are addressing interventions in general surgery, urology and gynaecology.

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Intelligent assistance systems for minimally invasive procedures

Surgery and technology in harmony

For a wide variety of surgical interventions laparoscopic techniques have become established as standard
procedure. Perfect imaging is the basis for safe and effective surgery. Stable support and flexible positioning of the endoscope are of paramount importance. This is where the SOLOASSIST is ideal, relieving your team’s workload.

This is what users have to say

Dr. Yasushi Ohmura

"The Soloassist II is available without additional time and stress in any laparoscopic surgery. It provides a reliable view of the essentials without need to alter a customary way of working. It is required to stabilize the scope to take image quality specifications including 3D and 4K to the maximum. Then I think that the time will be over when a surgeon hold a laparoscope with their own hands. At the point, I'm convinced that Soloassist II is playing a very important role in a future of laparoscopic surgery."

Prof. Dr. Alois Fürst

“In my experience the SOLOASSIST system provides a completely steady and shake-free image. Although I perform the surgery practically alone, the system has made surgical interventions even easier and safer.“

Prof. Dr. Dieter Birk

“We have performed more than 1000 procedures with the SOLOASSIST so far. From our point of view, the SOLOASSIST can be used in the upper and lower abdomen, but it can also be used very efficiently in more challenging procedures such as in bariatric surgery.“

Prof. Dr. Hermann Hertel

"The new system permits a greater degree of freedom compared to its predecessor. It is also easier to handle and can be be set up more quickly.The SOLOASSIST has become a permanent part of our demanding gynaecological and oncological lapararoscopic work."

Prof. Dr. Hubertus Feußner

“I am convinced that surgical assistance systems have a future in the operating theatre. Thanks to them, surgeons are regaining control of their field of vision for the very first time. This is something that has been lacking in the field of laparoscopy so far.“