medical 3-d printing will \'enable a new kind of future\'
NEW YORK --Advances in 3- Printing and medical technology will soon make it possible to construct human tissue in the laboratory, implant it into the patient and observe its growth. Organizational Engineering, as the name implies, is just one of the exciting new technological advances made by researchers and doctors in medicine D. in the field of printing, this is a potentially revolutionary industry, in-house 3- Printing meetings and fairs held in New York last week. Medical 3- D. print, start with such a well Hearing aids and Invisalign braces, as we all know, have made great progress. Now we have 3-D- Printed Implant, 3-D- Printing model for surgical practice, 3-D- Printed bone replacement, even 3-D- Printed human tissue On 2013, a surgeon at the University of Michigan saved a 3-month- Old boy with severe weakness of airway tissue at birth. They design, 3-D- A stent was implanted through printing and surgery. Open his airway like a tube. Three years later, the stent will dissolve harmless as the baby\'s airway tissue grows around the tube. This action clearly shows what is possible in this area: the use of personalized medical devices printed by machines to save and improve human lives. This is the first time 3-D- The printed medical device saved a child\'s life. Dr. Scott Hollister, one of the surgeons at the University of Michigan, is 3- Medical printing says tissue engineering is currently primarily used to reconstruct severely damaged bones and tissue structures. In an interview with The World Post, he described a case in Germany where a man\'s severely damaged chin and face were scanned and a medical replica was printedgrade titanium. The doctor implanted this replica into his back muscles so that the tissue and bones can begin to grow and take it out after a month and a half and place it on his face. The chin implant failed in the end, but Dr. Hollister still hopes that this stuff will start working after further research and testing. Earlier this year, Israeli doctors succeeded inD- Printed and implanted a replacement chin for a Syrian man whose face was almost destroyed during the civil war. Three other patients. - Survivors of oral cancer- Similar procedures will be carried out soon. Scan the arch of a person\'s foot with a photographic measurement software. This file will be used to make corrective insoles using a 3D printer. (JEAN- Francois Monnier/AFP/Getty Images). Nin Desai, CEO of NIN Ventures, said her company was one of the first companies to aggressively advance medical 3. Printing technology. \"The five largest areas in the medical field are support, hip and knee replacement, hearing aids [and] She said in an interview with The World Post. \"The most underrated area at the moment is organizational engineering. This is the latest. Research firm IDTechEx expects 3- By 2024, the bio-printing market will reach $6 billion. Late last month, Ning brought doctors. Sunil Patel, more than one Organ transplant surgeons at the University of Buffalo, leading the investment in medical care 3- Printing industry. A company called organza is already commercially available. Print liver tissue for research purposes. Dr. Holster said 3-D- The printed organs may not happen in the next half. century. The complete human organs that \"print\" and grow in the lab are still too complicated, a holy grail, a distant hope. At present, most researchers and surgeons are focusing on what can be achieved in the short term. Jon Shure spoke at a meeting on Thursday afternoon and he created an e- For young children- Birth defect or injury-- Need a novice Children are usually not qualified for upper limb prosthesis- They grow too fast. Here is e- Video for children of NABLE to get novice: Electronic genius NABLE is the simplicity of it. Free for non-profit organizations 3-D- The printed basic plastic robot hand can hold a fist, grip a ball and grip a handle to children around the world. He reckons e- NABLE has shipped 1,000 hands. \"We are in the middle of about a dozen emerging trends,\" Schull said in his speech . \". \"Obviously, from 3- D. printing, open source movement, gift economy and trans-humanism --- We are entering an era in which we are all using emerging technologies in science fiction to reinvent ourselves -- More and more like more and more. At its center is the sweet spot of the universe, the child with a new authorized hand and a smile from the creator, they will prove that being involved is the most valuable and interesting thing they have ever done in their lives. \"The hand is not an advanced prosthesis; It\'s easy to print and assemble and cheap. But children who wear them don\'t seem to want advanced things. All they care about is feeling like a normal child. In addition, the hand has many colors and styles that mimic superheroes such as Iron Man and Wolverine. The parents told Schull that this is a huge boost in confidence. Their children feel normal again, they can play again, and they can laugh again. \"This is the purpose of technology,\" Schull said . \" \"Because it\'s cool, many of us are attracted to it. But it turns out that it\'s really cool and meaningful to use it to create a new future.