Join us at the AAOS Annual Meeting    

6-10 March 2018

Partner with the 3D Printing and planning experts

 

Join us at the AAOS Annual Meeting and discover how to optimize patient-specific care! Learn how orthopedic surgeons, clinical engineers and medical device companies are using Materialise's solutions for device design, precise surgical planning and patient-specific treatment. Stop by booth 3729 to attend expert talks, live demos or meet with the Materialise experts over a cup of hot coffee local_cafe .

Register below to participate! 

Book a meeting with an expert

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WHEN

6-10 March
2018

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WHERE

convention center, Booth #3729
convention center blvd,
New oleans, LA 70130, usa

Live Demonstrations Daily at 11 AM

Want to boost your skills or see how our solutions could help?

Attend a live demonstration to see how our Digital Pre-operative Planning & Templating (OrthoView) and 3D planning software (Mimics) works.

Reserve your spot

Expert Talks Daily Daily at 2 PM

Hear how industry-leading experts are putting the power of pre-surgical planning and 3D printing to work

Wednesday, March 7

Improving Results and Achieving Efficiencies through Pre-Operative Planning

Brett R. Levine, MD, MS

Associate Professor | Director | Hip and Knee Reconstruction and Replacement Specialist

Rush University Medical Center

Thursday, March 8

Accelerating Device Development Through Workflow Automation

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Yifei (Eve Faye) Dai, PhD

Senior Research Scientist Engineer 

Exactech Inc.

Friday, March 9

Key Indications for 3D Printing in Hip Replacement Surgery   

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Adam J. Schwartz, M.D., M.B.A.

Consultant, Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Mayo Clinic
Assistant Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery, Mayo Clinic College of Medicine 

Stop by the Technology Theater
Hall F, Booth 4569 March 7 12 – 1 pm

How 3D Planning & Printing is Transforming Surgery

What if there was a way for a surgeon to not only see a patient’s anatomy in 3D before entering the OR, but to hold it in their hand before every case?  Or what if a surgeon could virtually place plates on a patient’s anatomy to find the best fit? What if they could create a custom jig to guide the surgery before entering the OR?  Thanks to the advancement in 3D computer modeling and 3D printing this is all possible, providing surgeons with an innovative method to patient-specific care.

Join Materialise, and hear from renowned surgeons, Dr. Lisa Lattanza, MD, and Brian M. Haus, MD, who are utilizing 3D technology in their daily practice and discover how the addition of 3D technology is changing their surgical approach and opening doors for more complex procedures.

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Lisa Lattanza, MD

Professor and Vice-Chair Orthopaedic Surgery, Chief Division of Hand, Elbow and Upper Extremity Surgery

UCSF Medical Center

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Brian M. Haus, MD

Chief Pediatric Orthopedic Surgery at UC Davis & Director, Pediatric Sports Medicine and Joint preservation at Shriners Hospitals for Children

How to get started

It has never been easier to integrate 3D planning, modeling and printing in your daily practice. Join our experts to discuss how to get started — and the roadmap to achieving the best results.

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