Medical 3D Printing
in Pediatric Cardiology 

Take that first step at AEPC 2019

An increasing amount of 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 AEPC to see exactly how you can take the lead in incorporating 3D-printed anatomical models in your hospital.

AEPC 2019
May 15 – 18 | Sevilla, Spain

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Hands-on Workshop:
Medical 3D Printing
in Pediatric Cardiology

When: Thursday, May 16: 1:30 pm – 2:30 pm
Friday, May 17: 1 pm – 2 pm
Where: ROOM VARSOVA (1 level), both sessions
Speakers : Dr. Adam Kolesnik, Clinical anatomist and cardiovascular morphologist Cardiovascular Interventions Laboratory | Children's Memorial Health Institute Warsaw, Poland
Chairs: Inês da Silva, Simon Lejaegere
  • Learn from Dr. Kolesnik who will elaborate on clinical cases where 3D printing made a big difference to the surgical strategy and outcome for the patient
  • Get valuable consultancy on how to set up a 3D printing flow at your point-of-care specifically for pediatric cardiology, on how other hospitals approached this, and how to capture its value
  • Get a first view on the tactics of how to convert CT images into a 3D-printed model of your patient’s heart using the Mimics inPrint software

The workshop is free of charge

Limited to 22 participants per workshop

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Why use anatomical models in pediatric cardiology?

  • Increase the chance of better and safer outcomes for your patients
  • Better analyses and precise insights into pathologies can further facilitate procedural 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


Point-of-care 3D printing facilities in hospitals

How to go from scan to 3D model

Our experts

Dr. Adam Kolesnik

Dr. Adam Kolesnik
Clinical anatomist and cardiovascular morphologist | Cardiovascular Interventions Laboratory, Children's Memorial Health Institute | Warsaw, Poland

“3D medical modeling can significantly advance the complex congenital heart disease treatment and structural heart defects.”

Inês Da Silva

Inês Da Silva
Business Developer

“3D-printed heart models will soon become a standard of care for complex cases.”

Simon Lejaegere

Simon Lejaegere
Medical Application Specialist

"Integrating certified 3D printing technologies is the next step to take if you aim to improve pre-operative planning, education, inter-staff communication, and patient interaction."


We look forward to meeting you. Together, we’ll discuss what the next steps are to implementing 3D printing into your clinical practice.

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