Materialise Medical has pioneered many leading medical applications of 3D Printing and is enabling researchers, engineers, and clinicians to revolutionize innovative personalized treatment that helps improve and save lives. Discover our open and flexible platform of software and services which forms the foundation of certified Medical 3D Printing.
Key benefits of implementing 3D medical software
Medical 3D Printing and image-based planning have completely revolutionized patient care. Materialise’s certified medical software enables you to bring patient treatment to the highest level.
The Power of 3D Printing, On call. On site.
Personalized patient care is increasingly becoming reality. This is driven by technological advancements such as 3D printing and advanced visualization techniques, which has been proven to assist clinicians develop tailored surgical approaches for patients.
Hospitals, clinicians and patients can all benefit from 3D printing regardless of whether the process is handled in-hospital or outsourced. Nevertheless, having a dedicated facility in-house can cut days off the process, support innovation initiatives and result in lower overall costs incurred by the hospital.
Implementing a 3D printing service in a medical center is called Point-of-Care 3D Printing, and it’s your most powerful tool for personalizing patient care.
Personalized implants designed to fit each patient
If there is one thing that surgeons appreciate more than anything else, it is the predictability of the surgical outcome. Materialise implants bring you that level of confidence, so you can concentrate on executing operations that can completely change a patient’s life.
With extensive experience in computer-aided design (CAD) and equipped with the latest 3D technologies, we can supply you with a wide range of personalized implants such acetabular hip implants and shoulder implants, based on anatomical data from the patient and your requirements as a surgeon.
Perfectly execute your surgical plans.
3D modeling has revolutionized surgical planning. Personalized surgical guides bring the benefits one step further to the actual operating room. They match the exact planned position and angle of interventions with the reality of the actual surgery. This leads to a better understanding of patient anatomy and means fewer resources are involved, notably time and costs. The predictability increases confidence in the OR, which increases the chances of a better patient outcome.
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Materialise will speak at the 2022 edition of the 3D MedTech Printing Conference.