THINK | IDEA TO PATIENT CARE
Mimics Innovation Suite
Operationalizing 3D printing at point-of-care
by Sarah Flora (Geisinger Medical Center)
The Value of 3D Printing for Product & Clinical Development:
4C Medical’s Perspective
By Dr. Saravana Kumar
How virtual patients can accelerate implant development, exemplified by the DJO Exprt® revision hip
By Adam Shallenberg, P.E.
by Amy Alexander (Mayo Clinic)
Each year, over 1.3 million patients from all US states and more than 150 countries are seen at one of the Mayo Clinic facilities, known for its highly specialized medical care. Many of them are referrals from other hospitals.
Join us in this webinar as Ms. Amy Alexander will give you key insights into how to successfully implement 3D Printing at the point-of-care using Mimics Innovation Suite. Moreover, they will highlight the newest features of the image-based 3D medical software that enabled Mayo Clinic to advance the planning workflow.
by Assistant Prof. Ellen Roche (MIT)
Mimics Innovation Suite has established itself as the most comprehensive image-based 3D toolkit available for anyone who wants to engineer on anatomy. In addition to advancing planning workflows, it can also be applied within the academic field as a high-quality R&D and educative support. Join assistant prof. Ellen Roche (MIT) as she shows you how the image-processing 3D medical software enables her to translate research concepts into innovative devices to repair or augment cardiac functions. Moreover, Ms. Roche will talk about the added value of incorporating Mimics Innovation Suite in the curriculum.
by Amelie Sas, MSc, University of Leuven, Belgium
In total hip replacement surgery, most traditional designs of femur components have a long stem. Short hip stems have only recently been introduced, and these are presumed to reduce proximal stress shielding compared to traditional, long stems. However, due to their smaller contact area with the bone, high peak stresses and areas of stress shielding could appear in the proximal femur, especially in the presence of atypical bone geometries.
Translating Computational Models into a More Predictable Patient Outcome for Structural Heart Interventions
by Prof. Dr. Ir. Matthieu De Beule
Dr. Ir. Matthieu De Beule will talk about how computational modelling and simulation can give medical device companies the opportunity to integrate valve design with patient-specific testing, and to do so virtually, cost-effectively and in a clinically meaningful way.
by Julianne Spencer Principal Scientist, Medtronic
In this webinar, Julianne Spencer from Medtronic will share how she uses the new 4D feature in the Mimics Innovation Suite 21.0 to optimize her analysis of transcatheter heart valves. She will discuss the value of 4D analysis for her work and explain how the latest version of the software is empowering her to understand device behavior, while removing hours from her previous workflow.
By Dr. Simon Sonntag, Chief Operating Officer at enmodes GmbH
This webinar will show some examples of the company’s capabilities in the field of
- blood pumps
- heart valves.