Medical Design Integration
Replicator for Cardiovascular Education
A physician now has access to CT scan a patient, output the scan files into CAD, 3Dprint the CAD, dip/spin silicone onto the 3Dprint, dissolve the 3Dprint, and then install/utilize the silicone vasculature within the developed simulator. The product holds many international patents and is being sold in 4 continents.
-Research tool for physicians/universities studying the blood flow dynamics within in-vitro aneurysm models
-Sales tool for stent manufacturers allowing physicians/clients to experiment with flow diverting devices
-Medical tool for surgeons to predict surgical outcome by introducing anatomical vasculature created from patient geometry (via scanned imagery to 3D printed mold to silicone vessels) within their procedural workflow