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The Woman who Held her Heart - 3D Printing of the Heart

3D Printing is a compelling new technology which is revolutionising cardiac interventions, in many areas,including especially, congenital heart disease, and surgical planning for valve replacements, customised to each individual patient. Some say actual 3D Printed Heart is on the horizon!
Recorded Jan 27 2016 37 mins
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Richard Izzo, Graduate Student of Biomedical Engineering at University of Buffalo.
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Covering Developments In Digital Healthcare
"Internet Medicine"covers tech innovations in all areas of traditional Medicine, and the "New Sciences" of Genomics, Nanomedicine, 3d Printing in Medicine, Stem Cell Research, and Medical Robotics

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  • Presented by: Richard Izzo, Graduate Student of Biomedical Engineering at University of Buffalo.
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