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Collaborative 3D Printing in Medical Practice 2017

From March 03, 2017 until March 05, 2017

Scottsdale, AZ

Collaborative 3D Printing in Medical Practice is a post-graduate course designed to update and introduce radiologists, surgeons, dentists, biomedical engineers, and other health professionals and administrators on uses of 3D printing of anatomic models.  Creating accurate models of the anatomy contributes to improved postoperative results and increases surgical confidence in complex cases.  Segmenting and printing techniques and practical application in medical care, research, and education will be reviewed.  Surgeons and clinicians from various disciplines will share their Mayo Clinic experience detailing the benefit of the models to their medical and surgical practice.


Intended Audience:

Collaborative 3D Printing in Medical Practice is designed for radiologists, surgeons, dentists, engineers, and all other health professionals involved or interested in medical 3D printing.

Course Learning Objectives:

Upon conclusion of this program, participants should be able to:

  • Review what 3D printing is and how it can be applied to imaging data to create anatomic models
  • Describe the important steps in creating a clinically collaborative 3D printing lab
  • Review the role anatomic models play in pre-operative surgical planning in urologic, neurosurgical, orthopedic, dental, thoracic, physical medicine and rehabilitation, thoracic and complex cardiac patients.

 

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2017-03-03 11:06:00
2017-03-05 13:06:00