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3D printing is revolutionizing modern medicine by helping doctors, surgeons and researches to recreate replicas of organs, bones and medical applications. The improvement in surgical planning is huge, allowing to shorten operation time and increase its effectiveness.

BCN3D Printers in Healthcare

Use cases in Healthcare Industry

3D Printing boosts ABLE Human Motion’s exoskeletons design workflow, by improving rapid functional validation and prototyping.

At ABLE Human Motion, they believe the best way to design compelling and really useful exoskeleton technology is by involving the final users from the beginning. This implies fast design iterations incorporating the patient’s feedback, and this is where 3D printing excels.

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SJD Barcelona Children’s Hospital prints anatomical models for the planning and simulation of complex surgeries

Pioneers in the research and implementation of new technologies, SJD Barcelona Children’s Hospital employs the use of 3D printed anatomical models for the planning and simulation of around 200 surgeries per year. Using BCN3D Epsilon W50 and Sigmax printers, 3D printed biomodels of a tumor, the surrounding skull, and the required implants that followed were created for a resection procedure. We speak to the radiologists, oncologists, engineers, and surgeons that contributed to the success of this case.

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3D printed anatomical models at SJD Barcelona Children's hospital

This is How IDEX Technology Assists Dr. Nari in Life-Saving Surgeries

Dr. Gustavo Nari has collaborated with engineering startup Mirai3D to develop and fabricate biomedical models for an improved surgical planning process, making use of the IDEX technology in his BCN3D Sigmax printer.

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Here to help: 3D printing at BCN3D to change the face of the global Covid-19 pandemic

The tremendous lack of protective material for sanitary professionals fighting the Covid-19 crisis prompted us to start working on designing, prototyping, and producing parts to keep these professionals safe and comfortable while performing their essential work.

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Additive manufacturing helps isolate cells from one of the most aggressive breast cancers

Scientists from the University of Girona have successfully isolated breast cancer stem cells using additive manufacturing.

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Improving surgical operations using the BCN3D Sigma 3D Printer

Thanks to the BCN3D Sigma 3D Printer, surgeons of the Hospital Universitario Puerta del Mar are revolutionizing modern medicine by creating 3D printed replicas of organs and bones to practice before the operation and to better know what they are going to operate.

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Improving Sara’s quality of life: A 3D printed prosthetic hand

When we think about quality of life, we imagine us sunbathing on a tropical beach or just taking a breathe in a relaxed atmosphere on the other side of the world. We usually think big.

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Accelerating stroke rehabilitation thanks to a customized 3D printed orthotic swimming fin

Two industrial designers from Barcelona have created a swimming fin to accelerate the rehabilitation of Pedro, a 16-year-old boy who suffered a stroke, which paralyzed half part of his body.

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