About the Lattice this week: We found this 3D printed rib cage off Instagram @fede_diego_perego. It is unclear if this is just a design concept or actually a transplanted implant. However, we already had a real-life case with 3D printed sternal and rib cages several years ago by AnatomicsRx.
The Lattice: is 3DHEALS weekly recap of the latest news, publications, events in the world of healthcare 3D printing, and 3D Bioprinting. Have a cool 3D printed Lattice photo to share with us? Tag us @3dheals on Instagram or Twitter.
Korean Scientists Use 3D Printer To Create Low-Cost Patient-Specific Prosthetic Testicles [read more here] February 1st, 2021 @PusanUni @PTC #AmericanMedServices
NYU Langone Health Performs World’s First Successful Face & Double Hand Transplant February 3rd, 2021 @nyulangone @MaterialiseNV
Partial Hand Solutions Deploys Fuse1 3D Printer To Create Pediatric Prosthetics February 3rd, 2021 #PartialHandsolutions @formlabs
Pioneering technique paves way for fast and cheap fabrication of rapid medical diagnostic tools [read more at PLOS ONE] February 3rd, 2021 @BristolUni @Ultimaker @autodesk
First-of-its-kind medical truck launches in the Twin Cities metro to treat cardiac arrest patients February 3rd, 2021 @UMNclinaffairs
Further growth for Galway based MedScan3D as new Product Development role is filled February 4th, 2021 @MedScan3D
Applying Extended Reality Technologies to Rounds February 5th, 2021 @UMNclinaffairs @MHealthLab
NGMedical cleared by FDA for AM-made cervical BEE cage February 5th, 2021 #NGMedicalGmbH
How to remove support structure from medical device in no time | Martin Herzmann | Kumovis Insights January 30th, 2021 @Kumovis_3DP
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