The concept of 3D printing is a form of additive manufacturing that has gained prominence lately. Medical domain is smitten with this technology and various applications have emerged. 3D printing medical devices are the latest entrants in health sector. 3D printing builds successive layers to create a three dimensional object. The layers are attached with each other and their design is fed into machine by using technologies such as computer aided design and magnetic resonance Imaging.
3d printing is valued as it is cost efficient, economical and easy. No extra tools and equipment are employed to create a product which reduces the cost of development. Further, designers love it for the fact that design changes are done easily. It is cost effective as efforts to produce prototypes is saved and final product is created only once. Manufacturers are adopting 3D printing to gain flexibility and agility. They are free to crate very complex structures without difficulty. 3D printing has been used to develop many medical devices like orthopedic and cranial implants, dental restorations, surgical instruments and external prosthetics.
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3D printing re-creates geometrical complexities
Medical devices are broadly classified into three categories that are low risk devices, intermediate risk devices and high risk devices. Many of these devices are preferred to be 3D printed as they involve geometric complexities. 3D printed devices can be patient specific as well as bio-compatible as we can govern the material used in creation.
Prosthetics have undergone developments for decades and have evolved as a necessity as well as fancy additions.
Prosthetics have complexed over time as they are created for performing multitasks. Intricate designs and attractive functions are eyed by customers as differentiating factors. 3D printed prosthetics trend as they are better, quicker and cheaper. The affordability pf 3D printed prosthetics is high and is easily accessible to public. Many startups like e-NABLE have their business based on specific prosthetic parts. Hero arm is known to be the first clinically approved 3D printed bionic arm that is used to detect electrical signals from human arm through sensors.
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3D printed surgical instruments take minimum production time
3D printed surgical instruments are sought after in industry as they facilitate production in minimum time. High design flexibility and precision is achieved by 3D printing. Different types of equipment like needle drivers, scalpel handles, hemostats and forceps are custom 3D printed. 3D printed surgical have also been developed by researchers in army and navy.
Researchers have taken organ printing to a new level by 3D-bioprinting heart valves using hydrogels. Developments towards creating organs with complexities of native organs have been taking place.3D morpho-space has been created by researchers in evolutionary biology to describe biology of human organs as well as animal structures. 3D printing has also encouraged developments in topical drug delivery systems. Commercial polymer filament is filled with salicylic acid by using hot melt extrusion in this process. Scanned images of patient anatomy are filled in 3D printers to create devices that deliver even doses of drug. 3D printing has been customized to deliver great number of medical applications and to generate exciting areas of research and development.
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