Mayo Clinic is Using 3D Printing to Teach the Next Generation of Spine Surgeons

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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.

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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.

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.

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.

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.