3D printed patient-specific cranioplasty moulds in clinical routine

Medviso AB develops 3D segmentation software for patient-specific 3D anatomical models, surgical planning models and implants. Our focus is to empower physicians and engineers with easy-to-use software for generation of high-quality models of all anatomical structures.

One successful application implemented in close collaboration with users at Skåne University Hospital in Lund, Sweden, is creation of patient-specific cranioplasty moulds. Using our 3D anatomical models in pre-surgical planning and 3D printed moulds in surgery have significantly reduced operation time, improved implant fitting, and improved the working situation in the surgery room. This leads to improved patient care and is a cost-effective alternative in cranioplasty. The solution is implemented in clinical routine and used weekly.

Having user needs in mind, we create dedicated tool in which you can generate such moulds within minutes. This together with optimized workflow provides a complete process from ordering the model to direct delivery of the printed mould.

Medviso is a Swedish medical technology company with a mission to take
the latest research into clinical routine. Medviso provides clinical software solutions for quantitative cardiacMRI/CT analysis and 3DPrinting. For research purposes Medviso offers freely available software solution Segment giving the possibility for all researchers around the world to use an extensively validated software solution for image analysis. The close collaboration with Lund Cardiac MR Group at Lund University and Skåne University Hospital empower us to develop the best tools for image analysis for both clinical and research purposes.

The company is Silver Partner of the Online 3D Medtech Printing Conference that will take place on February 2, 2021. If you want to find out more about the company and attend the conference, visit the event website and book your ticket.

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