Time is critical when a patient undergoes surgery. The longer your patient is under anesthesia and their internal tissue exposed, the greater the risk. The faster you can finish surgery and the patient can begin recovery, the better the chances for a healthy outcome. This requires precise advance planning and effective communication among the medical staff and with your patient.
Medical practitioners who have no previous experience with 3D printing can use Mcor paper-based 3D printers to quickly, easily and affordably create accurate and realistic physical 3D anatomical models from MRI and CT scans to serve as surgical guides for implant pre-contouring, pre-surgical planning, custom implants, as well as for communication, presentation, education and prosthesis design.
See how Mcor 3D printers enable you to produce low-cost, realistic 3D anatomical models to obtain better case information, cut hours from traditional surgical procedures, reduce costs and improve patient outcomes:
- Cliniques universitaires saint Luc, Université catholique de Louvain (UCL)
- How full-color 3D printing is changing the face of plastic and reconstructive surgery
- Holistic Medical School uses photorealistic paper based 3D printing to train emerging doctors to diagnose and cure patients