Materialise played a pivotal role in helping surgeons save a baby boy’s life through the use of a 3D-printed heart model. Together with Dr. Dydynski, Chief of Pediatric Radiology at Kosair Children’s Hospital, Materialise used the Mimics Innovation Suite to generate an optimized 3D model of the myocardium and prepared the file of the child’s heart for 3D Printing.
Materialise's Mimics Innovation Suite and Anatomical Data Mining Services (ADaM) allow you to easily process medical image data to better understand and quantify anatomical shape variation when designing implants for extremities for a specific population. Guest speaker Joseph Thompson from DJO Surgical will explain how he and his team utilized CT image data and Materialise solutions to develop new shoulder products.
University College London and Materialise would like to invite you to attend our two day Innovation Course. Next to hands-on training sessions and demos, we will also provide you with interesting lectures, giving you in-depth information and updates of the latest trends and technologies in cardiovascular R&D. Don't miss this opportunity to get in touch with our cardiovascular engineering experts for possible collaborations in the future!
Like you, Materialise strives to make the world better and healthier. We are proud that you use our Mimics Innovation Suite to achieve this goal. That is why we want to reward you for your innovative efforts! Submit your research article or poster to the 2014 Mimics Innovation Awards now and win up to €5000 and worldwide publicity.