Workshop

Medical 3D Printing

by Materialise & Siemens Healthineers 

Postponed to July, 2020
ECR 2020 | Austria Center Vienna | Vienna, Austria

IMPORTANT MESSAGE

After careful evaluation of the spreading corona virus epidemic, and considering the recent statements issued by the WHO and the ECDC, and the related evolving world-wide restrictions and crisis, the ESR organization was forced to postpone the ECR conference to July 15-19, 2020.

The safety, health and well-being of the delegates and partners will always be the highest priority for the ESR and Materialise.

We would like to thank you for your understanding, and we will keep you informed as soon as the new date for the workshops is final. 

Want to learn how to implement 3D printing at your practice or hospital?

Join our 90 minute workshop at ECR, one of the world’s largest radiology congresses, to experience the 3D printing workflow and understand the benefits when applied to patient care.  

The workshops are organized in collaboration with Siemens Healthineers.

  

PROGRAM

WORKSHOP: MEDICAL 3D PRINTING (by MATERIALISE & SIEMENS HEALTHINEERS)

WHEN

Postponed to July 2020
10:00-11:30 a.m.  OR   2:00 - 3:30 p.m. 

WHERE

Room M7 on level 0 (Entrance level)

As a natural extension of medical imaging, the adoption of 3D printing continues to grow in the field of radiology. With increased access to 3D printing technology, it’s never been easier to implement in a point-of-care setting. Join our workshop in collaboration with Dr. Brantner from the University Hospital of Basel and Siemens Healthineers, to learn more about the workflow for producing 3D-printed anatomical models, which can be used to improve pre-surgical planning, patient consultation and support medical education.

Learn for yourself how to go from a medical image to a 3D-printed model for patient care.

The workshop is free of charge, but limited to 25 participants per session. So hurry up and reserve your spot now! 

SPEAKERS

Dr. P. Brantner 

Co-Head of the 3D Printing Lab,
University Hospital of Basel, Switzerland

K. Dotremont

Application Engineer,
Materialise, Belgium 

S. Vanooteghem

Business Development Manager
3D Printing @ Point-of-Care, Materialise, Belgium 

PRACTICAL INFORMATION

Austria Center Vienna

Bruno-Kreisky-Platz 1, 1220 Vienna, Austria

Room M7 on level 0 (Entrance level)

 

It has never been easier to integrate Medical 3D Printing into the hospital workflow at different levels for different needs. Schedule a talk with an expert to discuss how to get started, and the roadmap to achieving the best results.