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.
2020 was a year that upended how and where we work, travel, shop, and socialize. A year that reframed priorities, changed habits, and challenged us all to adapt and find solutions. Find out what 2020 looked like for Materialise.
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.
In the wide world of medical imaging, we have evolved from X-rays to the 3D-printed models of today. As of this historic era, clinicians can visualize their patients’ entire anatomy using 3D planning. 3D planning is one of the tools to further personalize healthcare — and drive more predictable outcomes from the operating room.
People are the cornerstone of Materialise. To show this commitment, Materialise donated a banana plant in each of their employees’ names to the Bananas for Every Woman project. It’s an initiative started in Benin that aims to improve nutrition in the region and provide women with financial autonomy.
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.
Bart Van der Schueren, Chief Technology Officer at Materialise and Materialise Mindware representative, discusses megatrends in manufacturing and how these values can guide companies navigating the industry during a pandemic. Discover how these three focuses can keep your business on track.