The value of 3D technology in solving complex medical cases is unparalleled. With the help of Materialise's CLEs, 3D planning, and 3D guides, a team of clinicians at NYU Langone Health successfully performed a double hand and face transplant, giving Joe DiMeo a new chance at life.
We spoke to Dr. Thomas Schouman, a Maxillofacial Surgeon working at APHP-Pitié-Salpêtrière Hospital at Sorbonne University in Paris, about his invaluable experience on being at the forefront of personalized CMF solutions and the advantages of this technology.
Point-of-Care 3D Printing wasn’t a new concept for University Hospitals Leuven, but with 3D visualization and printing expertise scattered across its clinical departments, the hospital decided to harness the knowledge and amplify its reach by establishing a centralized 3D printing lab.
COVID-19 challenged the healthcare industry like never before. But it also revealed the huge potential of innovative technologies like 3D printing. Here we look at the most important trends to look out for in 2021 in Point-of-Care 3D Printing as the healthcare industry moves towards the next normal.
With the launch of Zimmer Biomet’s personalized knee guides for the Persona® Partial Knee implant, we spoke with our longtime partner about the past and the future of personalized surgical solutions in orthopaedics.
Mimics Enlight recently released the new LAAO planner, joining the TMVR workflow. The two workflows assist in creating clear pre-procedural plans by using 3D planning. Read on to find out what the LAAO planner can do for you.
Discover how a hospital in Delhi, India, has taken its first steps towards advancing personalized patient care by implementing a Point-of-Care 3D Printing center and the immediate benefits from improved patient care and time saved in the OR.
As a company that invests heavily in innovation, our aim is to make sure that we create technology to enable dreams to come true. Case and point: 13-year-old Natalie who has been able to get back to ballet after a traumatic elbow injury, which angled her forearm away from her body.