On the 30th of April, Axial3D will join Formlabs and 3Dnatives to discuss the benefits of 3D printing for the medical sector.
Additive manufacturing technologies can be used to create tailor-made medical devices such as implants and prosthetics, but also for surgical planning and rehearsal. In fact, many experts believe that 3D printing will become part of a clinician’s daily routine in assessing treatment pathways for their patients in a not so distant future.
For surgeons, having fast access to detailed, reliable patient data is vital for success in the operating room. But what if the CT or MRI data just doesn’t cut it for planning surgery and communicating your course of action to your patient? 3D printing has the potential to revolutionize the eight million complex cases each year, where 2D imaging isn’t giving surgeons the confidence or insights they need.
Right now, 3D printing is reshaping how surgeons plan for complex procedures and providing huge time and efficiency savings in addition to improving patient care and recovery times. Join Axial3D and Formlabs as we share how surgeons across the globe are utilizing 3D printing to gain improved pre-operative insights, improve patient consent, and drive increased procedure yield. Our webinar The State of 3D Printing in Medicine: Benefits to Surgeons and Patients will take place April 30, between 4:00 and 5:00 PM UTC +2.