3D Printed Prosthetic Arm
Leading prosthetics can cost up to $100,000. By using emerging technologies like 3D printing, we can cut that down to under $1000.
3D Medical Model
A 3d printed medical model can be used by healthcare professionals for surgical planning and re-construction. Using the model surgical procedures can be conducted offline to validate the implants and procedures.
3D Printed Surgical Guide
Customized surgical guides are used for special surgical procedures. 3d printing enables the creation of specialized surgical guides needed for special procedures.
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Medical 3-D Printing Will 'Enable a New Kind of Future'
Medical 3-D printing, begun with such well-known devices as hearing aids and Invisalign braces, has come a long way. Now we have 3-D-printed implants, 3-D-printed models for surgical practice, 3-D-printed bone replacements, even 3-D-printed human tissue
Surgeons are finding that 3D-printing technology can reduce operating time, lower risks from errors or complications, and produce better outcomes for patients through the use of 3D-printed surgical models and tools.
3D printers now incorporate photo-curable resins of various textures, transparency and flexibility — so before procedures, surgeons can now plan complex surgeries with CT scan data of a patient's bones, blood vessels or other organs, converted to a 3D-printable digital file that can be manipulated and studied.
Using medical imaging and 3D-modeling technology, doctors can now also use 3D printers to create temporary tools that are affixed to the skeletal structure of the patient to provide a precise "blueprint" for reshaping bone structure to perfectly accommodate standard-size implants.
One of the most inspiring outcomes from the rapid expansion of 3D-printed medical solutions is the ability to help patients who previously had little hope for treatment. Whether due to financial obstacles or the unique circumstances of a condition, millions of people across the globe are unable to undergo critical surgeries. Now, in some cases, 3D printing is helping remove those obstacles.
3D Printing Is Revolutionzing Health Care