L’impatto della tecnologia 3D in campo ortodontico: Nuove prospettive /Impact of 3D technologies in the orthodontic practice: new perspectives

Emanuele Paoletto

by ODT. CTO. Emanuele Paoletto, ORTHOMODUL

La tecnologia digitale sta cambiando l’ortodonzia?
Oggi molte procedure come l’acquisizione clinica e la successiva elaborazione dei dati avvengono con procedure digitali.
Le tecnologie additive come la stereolitografia sono regolarmente utilizzate per costruire,da files digitali, non solo modelli, ma anche vari dispositivi ortodontici e protesici.
Anche la costruzione dei dispositivi ortodontici in metallo sta subendo una grande trasformazione grazie all’introduzione del Laser Metal Fusion.
La presentazione farà vedere come poter applicare queste tecnologie nelle comuni lavorazioni ortodontiche e anche le nuove applicazioni nel campo dell’ancoraggio ortodontico scheletrico.

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MITRALFIT – Canin Transapical MVR System

Jacopo Cardinali

by Jacopo Cardinali, System, Product and Service Designer, ISIA Roma

Valentina Militi, System, Product and Service Designer

Dr. Valentino Borghetti, Head of Heart Surgery at S. Maria Hospital in Terni (Umbria)

Dr. of Veterinary Medicine Roberto Falcini, specialized in veterinary heart surgery and founder of http://www.cardiologiaveterinaria.eu/

Mitral endiocardiosis is an acquired pathology caused by the myxomatous degeneration of the mitral valve. This pathology is greatly diffused in canine species, especially in the adult-senior stages. It represents 70-80% of cardiac diseases in this species, impacting 100% of senior subjects.

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3D assesed post-oncologic maxillary reconstruction

Speaker: Prof Antonio Tullio
Authors: Dott. Francesco Giovacchini, Dott.ssa Valeria Mitro, Dott. Massimiliano Gilli, Dott. Gabriele Monarchi, Prof. Antonio Tullio, University of Perugia

The first free flaps jaws reconstructions were performed in 1980-1990 in oncologic patients. The importance of a correct surgery planning with a computer simulation of the bone flaps segments positioning was immediately clear.

The following step was the print and the intraoperatively use of custom-made devices as guides to faithfully reproduce the virtual reconstructive project.
In 1990 started the CAD-CAM (Computer-Aided-Design Computer-Aided-Manufactoring) era.

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3D Printing in Surgery and Voxel Printing

Nicholas Jacobson

presented by Nicholas Jacobson, University of Colorado Denver

3d printing has a large domain of uses for Surgery, from pre-surgical planning to custom tool design. To be successful this work involves a process of collaboration to put the ability of solving problems in the hand of surgeons.

We will cover numerous applications of 3d printing tips for collaborating for surgery involving Pediatric Cardiothoracic, Interventional Cardiology, Neurology, Vascular, Live Liver Transplants, and Oncology.

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Inkjet-printed “Mini-Pills” for preclinical studies

Anastasia Zakharyuta

by Anastasia Zakharyuta, Post-Doctoral Researcher, Boehringer Ingelheim Pharma GMBH Co & KG

This presentation will focus on the development of formulations for pre-clinical studies is attempted in two different forms, namely basic and complex release solid dosage formulations. The former dosage is aimed to provide an alternative to suspensions, as to minimize variability by improving stability and repeatability of the routine formulations.

The latter provides the complex formulations at the early stage of rodent studies, by combining different formulation mechanisms. The different design for such formulations is feasible with regard to the desired release profile and administration route.

Herein, printing procedures are established for solid dosage fabrication, through incorporation of a number of low molecular weight biodegradable polymers via piezo-actuated inkjet printing.

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3D printing: when a disruptive technology meets the legal perspective – Stampa 3D: quando una tecnologia dirompente incontra la prospettiva legale

Licia Garotti

by Licia Garotti, Partner of the law firm Gattai, Minoli, Agostinelli & Partners

The 3D printing has been acclaimed as a disruptive technology, which is changing the scenario in many different sectors.

The most revolutionary implementation has been developed in life science and healthcare, leading to legal implications which are far from ordinary.

From the responsibility arising from the use of product obtained with 3d print, to commercial and data protection features, touching the aspects of intellectual property, a state of the art of the mostly relevant legal profiles will take shape.

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Beyond bioprinting: on the eve of major changes in biotechnology and modern medicine

Pawel Slusarczyk

by Pawel Slusarczyk, President of the Board, CD3D Sp. z o.o.

  1. Introduction: short history of CD3D and The Open Bioprinting Cluster
  2. The historical approach: the development of the 3D printing industry and perspectives for the development of the bioprinting market
  3. Three pillars of technology development: the meaning of hardware, materials and software for creation of new kind of medical applications

Program: https://3dmedicalconference.com/program/

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