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Johnson & Johnson is using 3D printing to create many innovations in medicine including customized surgical tools and pills with sensors.
Will doctors use an origami-inspired 3D printed surgical tool next time you're on the operating table? Crane or frog?
At NYU School of Medicine, a collaborative team are working on 3D printing multi-colored models of prostate cancer for pre-surgical planning.
A team at the University of Minnesota created 3D printed artificial organs that offer better learning opportunities for surgical training.
To find non-surgical interventions for mitral regurgitation, Materialise and Henry Ford Health Systems bring their workflow to a wider market.
Surgical resident Lars Brouwers brings aid to Sierra Leone by providing training and materials in 3D printed functional prostheses to local citizens.
Osteo3D is a 3D printing company that offers a cloud-based service to create cost-effective surgical models for doctors in India
Engineers at Temple University in Philadelphia take inspiration from the insect kingdom for their 3D printed surgical needle design; the stinger of the humble honeybee.
Patient-specific neonatal manikins, created using 3D printing and 3D printed molds, help surgeons practice before heading into surgery.
3D printing used for surgical support may not yet be perfect, sometimes other methods of technology are needed as a contingency - such as Google Cardboard
The collaboration of 3D Systems and Stryker allows surgeons access to 3D printing and medical imaging technologies to help develop patient-specific procedures.
CADSkills has developed a titanium 3D printed jaw implant called AMSJI, aiming to reduce patient discomfort and cut down on recovery time.
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