Stratasys will showcase 3D printing’s advancements for medical sector at COMPAMED

Stratasys will demonstrate how 3D printing solutions improve the patient outcome and hospital efficiency at COMPAMED 2017, which will take place at Düsseldorf from 13th – 16th November.

Spinel implant

Indeed, Stratasys’ 3D printing solutions allow to achieve patient-specific models for surgical planning procedures and physician trainings.

What will visitors discover?

During COMPAMED, which is also part of MEDICA, the World Forum for Medicine, visitors will witness live on-stand medical 3D printing.

Hospitals such as the University Hospital Mainz, as well as the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in the UK, already make use of 3D printing solutions. They will show how cost reductions and time efficiencies are established by patient-specific models.

In addition, visitors will realize how 3D printed anatomical models create a new level of medical training of tomorrow’s doctors and surgeons.

Rene Martin

3D Printing enables engineers within the medical device industry to optimize the R&D process of a new medical instrument, and additionally provides new capabilities for surgeons to establish an individual therapy for patients. 3D Printing is the binding and innovative technology within healthcare.

Stratasys’ business manager, Rene Martin, will introduce a new level of patient treatment with 3D printing during the event. He will especially lay emphasis on the technology’s reducing operational costs and increasing efficiencies in clinical environments.

Stratasys will be on Stand E38, Hall 8b at the Messe Düsseldorf, November 13th – 16th.

Beyond the medical sector…

Beyond the medical sector, Stratasys’ 3D printing solutions prove they could improve a wide range of sectors such as fashion, manufacturing industry or even architecture.

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