The Senhance Surgical System is digitising laparoscopy by integrating advanced technology – robotic precision, haptic sensing, eye-tracking camera control, and improved economics with skilled laparoscopists while focusing on responsible economics. The open-platform architecture allows for compatibility with 3DHD and fluorescence vision systems along with other existing hospital investment in laparoscopy.
Senhance can be configured to use multiple robotic arms and thus perform increasingly complex surgical procedures. Each robotic arm is an independent unit, capable of handling any Senhance surgical instrument, including the endoscope.
The system allows the surgeon to select appropriate scale to enable precise manipulation during delicate tasks.
The surgeon utilizes the eye tracking technology to control the field of view, including pan and zoom features, enabling full control.
Senhance’s innovative haptic force feedback transmits forces sensed by the instruments to the surgeon’s hands during tasks such as suturing.
The surgeons can operate with laparoscopic techniques while seated comfortably at the open console and can easily reposition their arms and hands throughout the duration of surgery by engaging the foot pedal.
Senhance is designed for ease of use by the surgical staff, making arm positioning and instrument exchanges fast and simple.
Senhance’s broad offering of 3 mm and 5 mm standard reusable instruments, articulating instruments, and minimal disposables creates a responsible per procedure pricing model comparable to that of traditional laparoscopy.
Senhance is compatible with several electrosurgical generators and vision systems, including 3DHD and fluorescence imaging.