Episode 2: Why conflicts of interest may pose problems for neurointerventionists using robotics


Jeffrey Saver (University of California, Los Angeles [UCLA] Medical Center, Los Angeles, USA) highlights financial benefits, the phenomenon of ‘training time bias’, and a number of other potential conflicts of interest as important factors that apply to neurointerventionists deploying novel robotic technologies in their clinical practice.

This video is part of a series in which Jeffrey Saver speaks to NeuroNews to discuss several key ethical considerations that the global neurointerventional community must reckon with as interest in robot-assisted procedures and remote care continues to grow.


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