3D Printing for Surgical Devices and Medical Models

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Frank J. Rybicki, MD, PhD : University of Ottawa/Ottawa Hospital & Michael Gaisford - Stratasys Medical Solutions

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Dr. Rybicki is Professor and Chair of Radiology at the University of Ottawa and Chief of Medical Imaging at The Ottawa Hospital. In this webinar, you’ll examine the role of 3D printing in medicine and hospitals. Learn about use cases and different models for hospital-based 3D printing including facial transplants, surgical guides, radiology and standard research tools. Dr. Rybicki illuminates current trends and future direction in 3D printing while addressing parallel topics such as costs, education, printer selection and achieving objectives.

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