A61B 1/00016, A61B 1/041, A61B 5/0024, A61B 5/0022, A61B 17/32, A61B 1/00006, A61B 2017/00212, A61B 5/07, H04W 76/10, H04W 8/22, H04W 40/00, H04L 67/125
A system for performing non-invasive networked medical procedures including a number of in vivo medical devices, a communication path between at least two of the devices, an ex vivo control unit to control the behavior of the devices, and a wireless communication path between the control unit and at least one of the devices. An associated method for performing non-invasive networked medical procedures is also provided. Further included is a simulation method that utilizes accurate electromagnetic field simulations, using a software based test bench, to determine the maximum allowable transmitted power levels from in vivo devices to achieve a required bit error rates (BER) at an in vivo or ex vivo node (receiver) while maintaining the specific absorption rate (SAR) under a required threshold.
Gitlin, Richard D.; Arrobo, Gabriel E.; and Ketterl, Thomas P., "Minimally invasive networked surgical system and method" (2018). USF Patents. 1067.
University of South Florida