A presentation by Alessandro Ricci, 3DIFIC.
We’ll cover the application of segmentation of liver cancers for diagnosys and support to treatment.
What drives you?
3D printing and 3D medical imaging has already had a huge impact on medical procedures, with a positive patient outcome. That was a very satisfying result.
My aim now is to bring into hospitals the sensitivity about the positive environmental impact that 3D printing will have in all production areas, including healthcare.
Why should the delegate attend your presentation?
Anybody who’s interested in the use of 3D imaging to understand the evolutionary path of the lesions, should attend
What emerging technologies/trends do you see as having the greatest potential in the short and long run?
What kind of impact do you expect them to have?
It will save a significant amount of time in understanding medical imaging
What are the barriers that might stand in the way?
Ai has not been tested for a long enough time and this pushes doctors to stick with what they already have. Overtime this will change as any other innovation so far
Alessandro Ricci is founder of 3DIFIC, a company spinoffed from the School of medicine of the University of Perugia (Italy). He dedicates most of his time in building relations with public and private institutions that can benefit form the use of medical 3D solutions.
3DIFIC is a medical company specialized in digital surgical planning based on 3D imaging and 3D printing.
We provide all support to doctors and hospitals in any surgical specialty (CMF, neurosurgery, toracic surgery, general surgery, orthopaedics, etc.)
3DIFIC provides the entire workflow, from medical imaging (DICOM) management down to the production of the anatomic replica or the PSI, or single pieces of the process (e.g. segmentation, measurements, device design, etc.).
We provide support to institutions willing to become independent in the use of 3D imaging and printing for medical purposes.
3D Medtech Conference organised by Jakajima focuses on applications of 3D printing in Health Care: medical implants, surgical guides, surgical instruments, medical devices and hearing aids. The conference will showcase the work of researchers and industry in the 3D Medtech Printing field and its applications, with a view to fostering closer ties and collaborations. The overall goal of this conference is to address both the technologies and the applications — from early technology development to downstream applications.
Alessandro Ricci will speak at the 2021 conference edition.
- The conference is accredited by The Dutch Association for Technical Medicine with 4 (Continuing Medical Education) CME credits.
- It is part of the 3D Medical Printing Series, which includes other related conferences: 3D Pharmaceutical Printing Conference, 3D Bioprinting Printing Conference and 3D Dental Printing Conference. We recommend you to take a look at the program of the other conferences as well, since there are also cross-disciplinary themes and topics – Combi tickets are also available if you are interested in attending in the other conferences as well. They are all accredited with 4 CME credits each.
- During the roundtable discussion interaction between attendees and speakers will also be possible.