Instrument Tracking and Visualization for Ultrasound Catheter Guided Procedures
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CitationBrattain, Laura J., Paul M. Loschak, Cory M. Tschabrunn, Elad Anter, and Robert D. Howe. 2014. “Instrument Tracking and Visualization for Ultrasound Catheter Guided Procedures.” Lecture Notes in Computer Science: 41–50. doi:10.1007/978-3-319-10437-9_5.
AbstractWe present an instrument tracking and visualization system for intra-cardiac ultrasound catheter guided procedures, enabled through the robotic control of ultrasound catheters. Our system allows for rapid acquisition of 2D ultrasound images and accurate reconstruction and visualization of a 3D volume. The reconstructed volume addresses the limited field of view, an inherent problem of ultrasound imaging, and serves as a navigation map for procedure guidance. Our robotic system can track a moving instrument by continuously adjusting the imaging plane and visualizing the instrument tip. The overall instrument tracking accuracy is 2.2mm RMS in position and 0.8◦ in angle
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