Document Type: Review Paper

Author

Automatic Control,Technical Engineering,tartous,syria

Abstract

ABSRACT
This study presents the kinematic analysis of a four-degree freedom medical robotic arm using the Matlab and the robotic-tool, the arm was designed using a solid work program, As well as details of the control of the real design of this arm using Arduino Mega 2560, The specialist enters the position to be reached by the automatic arm (injection position), Or moving the arm to any position by entering the values of the corners of the joints, In this search, we have moved the arm to the selected position Without injecting into the muscle which need another study and a medical sensor determines the amount of needle entry in the muscle, According to criteria determined by the specialist and can be added to the designed interface.

Key words: Kinetic study, medical robot, four degrees freedom, Labview, Arduino Mega 2560.
Key words: Kinetic study, medical robot, four degrees freedom, Labview, Arduino Mega 2560.

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