Getting Started with 3D Printing and 3D Planning in Your Hospital
By Dr. Paolo Traverso, Dr. Amir Bigdeli, Shiden Yohannes, Marina Nagel, and Antonia Wiedemann
Watch this webinar recording to learn how surgeons seamlessly integrate Mimics inPrint into their clinical workflows. This makes the in-house quality process setup more efficient, increases the accessibility of medical 3D technology, improves patient outcomes, and promotes personalized healthcare. Discover how to integrate the technology into your workflow and hear strategic and technical insights on 3D printing from Formlabs.
In this webinar, you will learn:
Best practices for personalized patient care in various departments such as radiology, orthopaedics, urology, and cardiology
About expert surgeons’ experience with optimizing hospital workflows using Mimics inPrint
About our software solution for 3D planning and visualization to scale up your clinical operations
How to get started with 3D printing hardware
Dr. Paolo Traverso
Urologist, IRCCS Ospedale Policlinico San Martino
Researcher, Department of Integrated Surgical and Diagnostic Sciences
Dr. Traverso has a focus in minimally invasive and endoscopic surgery of urological pathologies, such as robot-assisted operative laparoscopy of kidney and prostate neoplasms. He holds teaching positions at the University of Genoa and is the author of 80 scientific publications, of which 21 are indexed, and 25 scientific videos.
Dr. Amir Bigdeli
Head of Interventional & Diagnostic Radiology, Artemed Klinikum München Süd
After graduating from Ludwig-Maximilians University in Munich, Dr. Bigdeli has specialized in the field of diagnostic and interventional radiology. He is passionate about driving digitalization and innovation to improve healthcare with technology such as 3D printing and artificial intelligence.
Medical Solution Engineer, Formlabs
With a focus on medical engineering and product management, Shiden works on implementing additive manufacturing (AM) in a wide variety of medical applications. His mission is to make access to AM as easy as possible for medical device manufacturers, laboratories, and hospitals.
Application Engineer, Materialise
Marina has been in her role since 2018. With a master’s degree in biomedical engineering from the University of Erlangen/Nürnberg and her passion for 3D printing, she provides technical support to surgeons, biomedical engineers, and medical researchers on their journey as engineering on anatomy enthusiasts.
Medical Application Engineer, Materialise
Antonia has been in her role since 2019 and is involved in both pre-sales technical diagnoses and post-sales technical support for the academia, clinical, and healthcare professional markets. During her studies in medical engineering at the University of Erlangen, she found her passion for 3D printing technology and medicine.