3D-printed anatomical models are the newest components of a multidisciplinary clinical team, improving communication and education by creating a tangible representation of the anatomy for better insights into the pathology. Particularly in cardiac cases, such as congenital heart disease or structural heart, you can use the anatomical replica to better understand the 3D relationships between the different structures. 3D-printed models can also facilitate education and communication with your patients and their families.
Learn for yourself how to reconstruct accurate, virtual 3D anatomical models based on DICOM images, and how to prepare them for 3D printing.
The workshop is free of charge
Limited to 42 participants per workshop
Dee Dee Wang, MD
Director, Center for Structural Heart Disease, Henry Ford Health System, USA
“3D printing allows my team to give fragile patients a better chance of surviving transcatheter mitral valve interventions.”
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."