Mayo Clinic Creates Free 3D-Printed Spine Surgery Simulator for Medical Training

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

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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. Three-dimensional (3D) printing technology has opened the door to the new world of surgical simulation.

Customized 3D Printed Medical Models Enhance Surgical Training at CBMTI

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Ear, nose and throat simulation model in three parts. But perhaps the greatest impact is in creating sophisticated training simulators for clinical procedures. The simulation section is installed in a reusable 3D printed head fixture.

3D Printing is Helping to Standardize Surgical Training

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Therefore, surgical simulation demand is increasing in training programs. Three-dimensional (3D) printing technology has opened the door to the new world of surgical simulation. The attendees as well as proctors found that the models represent the surgical anatomy very well and that the intended surgical procedures were able to be performed without major difficulties despite that the physical properties of the printed material are significantly different from the real human tissue.

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

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With its ability to print flexible materials and hollow channels and chambers, the look and feel of actual human tissue can realistically be simulated to give the surgeon the haptic feedback that he/she has come to rely upon.

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

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This “phantom” is perfect for physical measurements, treatment testing, physician training, and physiological simulations. Additionally, the flexible TangoPlus™ photopolymer material closely resembles human tissue, offering surgeons a life-like feel.