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.Continue reading “3D printed patient-specific cranioplasty moulds in clinical routine”
A presentation by Koen Willemsen, Coordinator 3D lab UMC Utrecht, which is one of the top-ranked academic medical centers in Europe. Patient care and biomedical research are closely linked. Partners, for example the Hubrecht Institute, can be found at close distance of UMC Utrecht.Continue reading “How to implement 3D Printing in the Academic Hospital”
A presentation by Helda Pahlavani, Faculty of 3mE, Mechanical, Maritime and Materials Engineering, Delft University of Technology.
The patient-specific (PS) design of prosthetics and orthotics is a common approach to design various medical devices (e.g., transtibial sockets). Such PS designs are based on the patient’s anatomy obtained from different medical imaging modalities thus allowing for better fixation and improving the patient’s comforts and enabling successful rehabilitation.Continue reading “Design and additive manufacturing of devices for orthotics and prosthetics”
A presentation by Pieter Slagmolen, Innovation Manager at Materialise.
Personalization is becoming increasingly important for medical devices, be it through the incorporation of predictive planning approaches or through patient-specific design of the devices with 3D printing.Continue reading “Planning automation for sustainable manufacturing in mass personalization”
Additive manufacturing technologies have been revolutionizing the design and manufacturing of medical devices in particular by its ability for personalization and design freedom, that can bring great improvements for the design and manufacturing of scoliosis braces.
A presentation by Maria Cristiana Ferreira Da Costa, Postdoctoral researcher at Ghent University, Mechanics of Materials and Structures.Continue reading “The revolution of additive manufacturing technology in scoliosis braces”
A presentation by Alessandro Ricci, 3DIFIC.
We’ll cover the application of segmentation of liver cancers for diagnosss and support to treatment.Continue reading “Multi-timing segmentation for liver cancer treatment”
presentation by Sandra Van Vlierberghe, Ghent University.
Biofabrication is a specific area within the field of tissue engineering which takes advantage of rapid manufacturing (RM) techniques to generate 3D structures which mimic the natural extracellular matrix (ECM). A popular material in this respect is gelatin, as it is a cost-effective collagen derivative, which is the major constituent of the natural ECM.Continue reading “Photo-crosslinkable polymer platform to serve medical applications”
We welcome 3DIFIC as Gold Partner of Online 3D Medtech Printing Conference (4 CME credits), 2 February 2021, 14:00 – 18:00 CET REGISTER HERE
3DIFIC is an innovative startup, under the Italian Law, and has been spinoffed by the School of Medicine of the University of Perugia (Perugia, Italy). In the last years 3DIFIC has developed a number of cases in surgery and in dental practice. Now 3DIFIC accounts for a number of cases with either high complexity or high volumes potential, thanks to an extraordinary team that was put together in the years.Continue reading “3DIFIC is Gold Partner of Online 3D Medtech Printing Conference”
Cathy Ye, Associate Professor, Director of Oxford Centre for Tissue Engineering and Bioprocessing, University of Oxford, will moderate the 2021 edition of the conference.
Professor Hua Ye, University of Oxford
Dr. Ye is an Associate Professor in Engineering Science in the Institute of Biomedical Engineering at University of Oxford. Dr. Ye holds a degree in Chemical Engineering from Dalian University of Technology (1998), China and a Ph.D. in Engineering from University of Oxford (2005).
3DMed is an ongoing multi-national project, financially supported by the European Regional Development Fund. In this short presentation, the background, main objectives and expected results will be introduced. It is intended to attract the interest of potential users, for example, hospitals, software houses, the medical device industry and other service providers, in the uptake of the 3D printing technology for advanced medical treatment to benefit a large patient population across Europe.Continue reading “3DMed – Bring the 3D Printing Technology Closer to Routine Clinical Applications”