Another new healthcare simulation manikin, this time out of Japan, as reported by 3D printer and 3D printing news website 3ders.org, which focuses primarily on endotracheal intubation, gastrointestinal endoscopy, and sputum suctioning. The new device was a collaborative project between Tmsuk R&D Inc., a medical venture firm based in Tottori Prefecture and the Tottori University Hospital in Japan.
Medprin Biotech GmbH is a high-tech enterprise specializing in R & D and manufacturing of human tissue regenerative implantable medical devices. Recently they provided this video series on a new Transsphenoidal Tumor Resection Surgery Simulator. The solid, highly realistic training model overcomes the disadvantage of the traditional surgical training, saves training cost and [...]
At IMSH 2016 HealthySim was able to learn more about Remedy Simulation Group which provides custom manufactured simulated learning products for the pre-surgery market place. 3d printing is a complicated process which involves a lot of learning — and for those clinical programs that want to have a 3d printed model [...]
Interesting article today out of Canada and the Sick Kids Hospital in Toronto, which is working with 3D printing technology to help with clinical education:
About a dozen trainees — from Canada and such countries as Norway, Oman, Mexico and the United States — have come to watch master surgeons demonstrate the [...]
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