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Journal of Robotic Surgery


Title Abbreviation
J Robot Surg
ISSN
1863-2483
Electronic ISSN
1863-2491
Readership
Biomedical Engineering Technologist, Cardiovascular Surgeons, Orthopedic Surgeons, Surgeons, Technologists, Transplant Surgeons, Vascular Surgeons
Scope
The aim of the Journal of Robotic Surgery is to become the leading worldwide journal for publication of articles related to robotic surgery, encompassing surgical simulation and integrated imaging techniques. The journal provides a centralized, focused resource for physicians wishing to publish their experience or those wishing to avail themselves of the most up-to-date findings. The journal reports on advance in a wide range of surgical specialties including adult and pediatric urology, general surgery, cardiac surgery, gynecology, ENT, orthopedics and neurosurgery. The use of robotics in surgery is broad-based and will undoubtedly expand over the next decade as new technical innovations and techniques increase the applicability of its use. The journal intends to capture this trend as it develops.
Sponsoring Association(s)
No associations affiliated with this journal
Publisher Name
Springer-Verlag London Ltd.
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