In high school, the Anatomy class took a field trip to the USC Kinesiology Lab to see the real human body. For some it was a harrowing experience, and not just because of the exposed organs. They learned that medical students often practice surgical procedures on cadavers. This is a good thing. Residents and doctors operating on vulnerable and ailing people ought to be honed and ready for the job. Medical students also must learn to operate heavy machinery with exposure to radiation with such devices as the C-arm. The name matches the machine which can inspect vital organs like the kidney. However, researchers at the University of Minnesota have found a safer and more cost-effective method for training by utilizing 3D printers and materials from Stratasys. Continue reading “3D Printing Permits Medical Students to Cut Costs and See Less Exposure to X-Rays”
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3D Printing is booming business these days, it has emerged as manufacturing technology with a thousand uses spread across a very diverse user base. The 3D Printing World is focussing on the future: what will the technology do, what is its potential, what does a particular process mean and what will it be able to do for humanity. On this news page, we will provide you with a collection of the latest news, innovations and developments in the field of 3D Bioprinting. Continue reading “Our News Page: the latest news and innovations gathered here”