White orthopedic 3D prints
Indicative of bone and great for using as a patient education tool
Clear with contrast orthopedic 3D prints
Great for showing internal defect in bone such as tumors or physeal bars
In situ orthopedic 3D prints
Great for showing how bones sit within the body in complex pathologies
Hollow orthopedic 3D prints
Great for showing cortical bone density for accurate screw identifcation and fixation
Elevating patient care
- Surgical treatment is faster and more effective.
- Reduces time in theatre, often resulting in less invasive surgery, with greatly lowered risk of infection and complications.
- Rapid recovery following treatment allowing for earlier discharge.
Advancing surgical standards
- Unprecedented insight with axial3D models leads to more accurate diagnosis and treatment.
- Allows enhanced preoperative planning including preparation of equipment and facilitates new techniques to be trialled well in advance of stepping into the operating theatre.
- Provides a greater understanding of the ailment for both the patient and the postoperative care staff.
Improving standards and efficiencies
- Patients receive better standards of care.
- Access to axial3D models reduces theatre times, negates unnecessary kit and improves post-operative care saving time and money.
- Lowers risks associated with complications and infections.
Developmental Dysplasia Of The Hip
A physical 3D printed model was used help plan reconstruction of the acetabulum using a section of the patient’s iliac crest. The model provided a much greater impression of the femoral head & acetabular surface.
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Crushed Calcaneus Reconstruction
A physical 3D printed planning model was created to aid in preoperative planning and osteotomy selection for open reduction and internal fixation for a patient with complex calcaneal fracture.
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axial3D online ordering for orthopedics
Our unique online ordering service will allow you to upload your orthopedic scans quickly and securely to visualize your patients data in 3D. Using this virtual 3D image you will also be able to show the areas of anatomy you would like 3D printed to help with your preoperative planning pathway. Watch this short video to show you how the process works