Complex anatomical measurements, cardiac anatomy and movement characteristics, analyses of pathologies or bone thickness, comparisons with statistical models; when you are dealing with complex operations, you want to concentrate on the results, not the tool.
Whether planning for patient treatment or designing a new implant, you want to make the right decision. Move forward confidently by simulating the procedure and analyzing the device fit on a patient’s actual anatomy. The Materialise Mimics Innovation Suite takes you seamlessly from scan to virtual surgery, taking away the guesswork.
As a researcher, you are always mindful of the fact that anatomical devices will be placed in bodies. So ideally, you should be able to design with that in mind. Our Mimics Innovation Suite enables you to carry out 3D anatomical model generation for bench testing, education, hands-on procedure training and marketing.
Patient-Specific Device Design
As device designers, the clock is always running. At the same time, designing patient-specific devices requires a total focus on quality. Materialise provides high-quality tools that are developed to ensure that you streamline the design process while meeting the quality requirements of patient-specific devices. In addition, our services mean that you can tap into the flexibility of high-level automation if needed.
Post-operative device analysis using CT scans can be expensive and sometimes simply impossible, as patients do not necessarily want to undergo the CT radiation of an extra scan. Similarly, cadaver tests can be both time-consuming and expensive.
The expertise and experience that lies behind the development of the Mimics Innovation Suite is put to use in several other fields. Often, this is related to the power of specialized patient-specific tools. In archeology, for example, bone fragments and skeletons have been analyzed for historical research. Looking further back, some applications are used in the study of fossils.
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