Stories about progress in medicine through 3d printing
A British twenty-year-old underwent surgery to remove a brain tumor and received a 3D printed skull implant after complications.
Available to download on Pinshape, Inhalo is a 3D printed Asthma inhaler with a discreet design that's stylish and practical.
DIY Bioprinting is a great, cost-effective way for smaller labs get started in Biotech. Here’s an overview of what’s happening in the open source 3D bioprinting scene.
Dieter Pfaff is a specialist among specialists. As an animal orthopedist he can help pets to lead a normal life again.
Engineers at Temple University in Philadelphia take inspiration from the insect kingdom for their 3D printed surgical needle design; the stinger of the humble honeybee.
Surgeons in Australia are researching the use of 3D printing and robotics. They hope to make bone implants mid-surgery to help treat cancer.
The first-ever 3D printed thyroid gland could improve and save thousand’s lives. It could be a major breakthrough in medical research.
Using an ultrasound machine and an inexpensive microchip, researchers are able to create 3D images and hopefully enhance medical care.
At NYU School of Medicine, a collaborative team are working on 3D printing multi-colored models of prostate cancer for pre-surgical planning.
Potent Rope is an edible cannabis filament which can be made using a regular desktop 3D printer, but beware of contamination before munching.
During Euroanaesthesia 2017 conference, experts said astronauts should receive extra training to fabricate their own medical equipment.
Assistive tech is a growing field, due to changes in society. It's a good thing assistive tech is slowly becoming more open for new ideas and approaches.
Researchers at the University of Buffalo have invented 3D printed dentures which can be used to deliver drugs among those highly susceptible to infection, such as the elderly, hospitalized or disabled patients.
A cure for hearing loss? Researchers have created 3D printed custom-designed prosthetic replacements for damaged parts of the middle ear.
Materialise is the world's first additive manufacturing company to receive FDA clearance for diagnostic 3D printed anatomical models. FDA clearance supports the continued growth of point-of-care 3D printing facilities.
The collaboration of 3D Systems and Stryker allows surgeons access to 3D printing and medical imaging technologies to help develop patient-specific procedures.