Customized 3D Printed Medical Models Enhance Surgical Training at CBMTI

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Ear, nose and throat simulation model in three parts. CBMTI uses Stratasys’ PolyJet 3D Printing technology to deliver a range of services including custom medical implants, prototypes for new devices and patient-specific models for surgical planning.

3D Printing is Helping to Standardize Surgical Training

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Therefore, surgical simulation demand is increasing in training programs. However, either animal or prosthetic models have been scarcely available for training, proving to be an obstacle.

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3D Printing is Helping to Standardize Surgical Training

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Therefore, surgical simulation demand is increasing in training programs. However, either animal or prosthetic models have been scarcely available for training, proving to be an obstacle. Three-dimensional (3D) printing technology has opened the door to the new world of surgical simulation. Initially used for surgical decision and planning, 3D printed models are now used for hands-on surgical practice and training. Surgical training.

The Most Versatile 3D Printing Solution for Personalized Medicine Is Now Validated with an FDA Cleared Software

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Surgeons are increasingly incorporating 3D patient-specific models (PSMs) into their decision-making process to better understand, plan, and practice a complex surgery — and then explain it to the patient and their family.

Guest Blog: “3D Printing: Custom Patient Treatment Becomes a Reality”

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Even three years ago, physical modeling of a patient’s anatomy seemed out of reach. The 3D printed models we produce deliver patient-specific customization, enabling surgeons to build truly personalized treatment plans and device selection.