A new technology promises new breakthroughs for the medical technology industry! Holographic applications are already used for simulation and surgical training, but are now to be used for operations on the living body. By creating three-dimensional models that can be placed and moved around in space at will by the surgeon, the precision and amount of information gained about individual physiological and anatomical structures can be increased.
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Fused Deposition Modelling (FDM)
Are you familiar with additive manufacturing processes in medical technology?
Innovative technology for improved imaging
3D printed medicines using ZipDose technology
Manufacture and advantages of additively manufactured drugs.