WEBINAR

3D Printing in Medicine Webinar – Nordic Region

 

3D technology has been transforming healthcare for over 20 years. Recently, it’s provided fast, high-quality solutions during the COVID-19 pandemic. But it’s even more than that. It’s been used in applications from designing and producing personalized devices, to planning complex clinical procedures, and training future medical professionals more effectively. And that’s just the start.  

In this webinar discover firsthand from leading hospitals how to build a 3D printing program in your hospital. 

 

3D Printing in Medicine Webinar

 

Intended audience

This webinar is specialized for hospital staff in the following areas:

  • Clinical scientists 

  • Orthopaedic surgeons and consultants 

  • Medical imaging specialists 

  • Radiologists 

  • Orthognathic and reconstructive surgeons 

  • Clinical engineers 

  • Cardiovascular specialists 

  • Pediatric specialists

 

What you will learn with this webinar

  • How leading hospitals have implemented and scaled 3D printing within their hospital

  • Which orthopaedic and cranio-maxillofacial 3D printed applications deliver clinical value 

  • How to use medical image data to create 3D-printed models for patient care

 

Program

  • Establishing a Sustainable 3D Printing Service Within a Hospital

    Irina Rinta-Kiikka and Antti Lehtinen, Tampere University Hospital, Finland

  • From Start-up to Scale-up: How 3D Printing Evolved in Our Hospital

    Joakim Lundtoft Lindhardt, Aarhus University Hospital, Denmark

  • 3D Printing and Planning at the Point-of-Care: The Orthopaedic Perspective

    Rolf Arne Haakonsen, Haukeland Universitetssjukehus, Norway

  • 3D Printing and Planning at the Point-of-Care: The Cranial-maxillofacial Perspective

    Daniel Danielsson, Karolinska University Hospital, Stockholm

  • How to Use Medical Images to Develop a 3D-Printed Model for Patient Care

    Kevin Dotremont, Sales Application Engineer at Materialise Medical

  • Q&A Session

About speakers

Joakim Lundtoft Lindhardt

Joakim Lundtoft Lindhardt
Head of 3D Printing Center, Aarhus University Hospital, Denmark

Joakim Lundtoft Lindhardt is the head of the 3D Printing Center at Arhaus University Hospital. The 3D Print Center started working with CMF and quickly went on to provide services to orthopaedic and neuro surguries. He is currently looking to apply services to soft tissue specialties and a greater number of procedures that Materialise is supporting with.

Irina Rinta-Kiikka

Irina Rinta-Kiikka
Head of Department, Medical Imaging Tampere University Hospital, Finland

Irina Rinta-Kiikka is a M.D., Ph.D., docent in radiology, leading the Department of Medical Imaging in Hospital District of Pirkanmaa, Finland. As an enthusiastic developer and innovator of imaging services, she is always interested in all kinds of ideas and solutions which improve the patient care. In her opinion, the best solutions are planned and implemented in multidisciplinary collaboration, keeping efficiency and cost-effectivity in focus.

Antti Lehtinen

Antti Lehtinen
DDS., Specialist in Dento-maxillofacial Radiology
Tampere University Hospital, Finland


Antti Lehtinen is working at Tampere University Hospital Medical Imaging Centre as a dento-maxillofacial radiologist. He has experience in setting up in-house 3D planning, design, and printing services. Antti Lehtinen’s special interests are DMF- diagnostics, medical CAD-CAM applications, and multi-disciplinary teamwork.

Daniel Danielsson

Daniel Danielsson, Head Patient Flow, Cranio-facial Diseases
Karolinska University Hospital, Stockholm

Rolf Arne Haakonsen

Rolf Arne Haakonsen
Clinical Engineer, Haukeland Universitetssjukehus, Norway

Rolf Arne Haakonsen is operating a 3D lab out of Haukeland University Hospital’s Department of Clinical Engineering. Since 2015, the goal of the lab has been to introduce Point-of-Care 3D Printing to a broad range of fields within the hospital. The lab now contributes to medical, technical, and scientific work and is continuously working to develop new services for the improvement of patient treatments.
 

Kevin Dotremont

Kevin Dotremont
Sales Application Engineer, Materialise Medical

Kevin Dotremont is a Medical Application Specialist at Materialise Medical, with a focus on the hospital sector. His experience in different medical 3D applications & software tools helps him enable healthcare professionals to innovate and improve patient treatment. With a passion for contributing to better healthcare, he paves the road for clinicians to immerse themselves in the wonders of medical 3D printing.

Fredrik Sporrong

Fredrik Sporrong
Regional Sales Manager – Nordics, Materialise Medical

Fredrik Sporrong is the acting Sales Manager in the Nordic countries for Materialise hospital activities. He has been supporting hospitals in the Nordics for more than 20 years with different personalized solutions.

Materialise medical device software may not be available in all markets because product availability is subject to the regulatory and/ or medical practices in individual markets. In countries where no regulatory registration is obtained of Mimics and/or 3-matic Medical, a research version is available. Please contact your Materialise representative if you have questions about the availability of Materialise medical device software in your area.

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