An entry published in the International Journal of Cardiology explored the many recent applications of 3D printing technology in the treatment of heart-related diseases and surgeries. The article, published earlier this month, highlighted several case studies over recent years in which 3D printing, scanning and bioprinting technology led doctors and surgeons toward innovative solutions and treatment options.
The medical applications of additive layer manufacturing (ALM) are continuously increasing. “Digital Healthcare” makes breakthrough achievements and “3D scan-to-parts” will sooner or later become a routine. Relying on medical scanning & imaging technologies (CT, MRI, […]
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The Company’s plans include expansion of state-of-the-art surgeon education lab, creation of a new technology innovation center and extension of work space as talent base grows […]