THINK | IDEA TO PATIENT CARE
As an engineer in the medical field, your dream is to make a positive impact on patient care. To inspire you as you advance anatomical engineering even further, we have created a webinar series that sets the stage for our customers to share their powerful insights on how their cutting-edge work is contributing towards making the world a healthier place through innovation.
Follow the series and discover how powerful insights lead to inspiring outcomes.
‘To Personalize’ or ‘Not to Personalize’: How to Balance the Need for Subject-Specific Anatomical Detail and Clinical Applicability in the Study of Musculoskeletal Loading During Movement?
By Ilse Jonkers, Sam Van Rossom and Bryce Killen
How medical imaging techniques help in personalizing musculoskeletal models
What it will take to make the transfer of musculoskeletal models from the lab to their clinical application
How to set up efficient musculoskeletal model personalization pathways
By Axel Dubois and Julien Deckx
- What steps go into the process to create and validate qualitative personalized implants
- How recent regulatory changes affect this effort
- What to ask to manufacturers about the safety and quality of their personalized products
- What the advantages are of using certified software for designing personalized implants
by Antoon Dierckx, Javier Garriz, Alister Bates
- Learn how to convert dynamic CT/MRI images into an accurate 3D model of complex, thin anatomies (like the upper airways)
- Find out how to apply CFD to create a simulation on moving 3D anatomical models
- Discover what realistic airflow modeling can mean for future diagnostics and treatment selection for respiratory diseases
More in this series
by Sarah Flora (Geisinger Medical Center)
by Saravana Kumar, Vice President of R&D and Operations at 4C Medical Technologies
by Adam Shallenberg, P.E.
by Amy Alexander (Mayo Clinic)
by Assistant Prof. Ellen Roche (MIT)
by Amelie Sas, MSc, University of Leuven, Belgium
Translating Computational Models into a More Predictable Patient Outcome for Structural Heart Interventions
by Prof. Dr. Ir. Matthieu De Beule
by Julianne Spencer Principal Scientist, Medtronic
By Dr. Simon Sonntag, Chief Operating Officer at enmodes GmbH
Finding the Perfect Fit: An Anatomical Population Study into the Trochlear Groove Orientation and Modern Femoral Implant Designs through Scripting
by Dr. Yifei Dai, Senior Research Scientist/Engineer at Exactech Inc.
The Personalized Digital Human: Personalizing Computational Models to Prevent and Treat Neuromusculoskeletal Conditions
by Prof. David Lloyd, Professor of Neuromusculoskeletal Biomechanics in the School of Allied Health Sciences, leader of Core Group in Innovations in Health Technology, Menzies Health Institute Queensland at Griffith University
Automatically Fitting Devices and Performing Measurements of Post-Operative Facial Reconstruction through Scripting
by Dr. Peter Metherall, Clinical Scientist and Chartered Engineer at Sheffield Teaching Hospitals, NHS Foundation Trust