Medical 3D Printing
Enhanced Visualization for Enhanced Therapy
Take That First Step at ECR 2017
More and more hospitals are implementing 3D anatomical models in their treatment. Why now? What factors make the critical difference? What issues should you be considering?
Join us at ECR to see exactly how you can take the lead to incorporate 3D printing of anatomical models in your hospital.
Booth G12 | Expo Gallery (First level)
ECR 2017, March 1-5, Vienna, Austria
Convert your medical images into 3D‑printed anatomical models
- Learn hands-on how to create a workflow for creating 3D anatomical models and how medical 3D printing can be integrated into your hospital.
- To help radiologists create 3D anatomical models when they actually need them, Materialise has developed a new workflow-based software program, Mimics inPrint. Segmentation and creating models in a hospital setting are now more efficient. How efficient? With Mimics inPrint you can convert your DICOM images into an anatomically accurate 3D-printable model in just five steps.
- You’ll be able to choose from different workflows for cardiac, orthopedic, CMF and renal carcinoma anatomical models.
Why use anatomical models in radiology
- Convert your view into tangible anatomical models
- Increase the chances of better and safer outcomes for your patients
- Better analyses and precise pathology insights can further facilitate surgical planning and treatment decisions
- Facilitate multi-disciplinary discussions of treatment
- Help patients and their families to better understand the issues
- Educate residents and students on complex medical pathologies
“Anatomical models will influence the treatment possibilities now and in future because they bridge the gap between virtual planning and actual surgery.”
Visit the Medical 3D printing experience booth