April 29, 2022
As the need grows for new types of medical devices that can be developed and produced on faster timelines, the use of innovative design technology has helped accelerate development.
The use of simulation to supplant some physical testing has allowed faster development. 3D printing and scanning has enabled new levels of personalization for prosthetics and implants. In some cases, hospitals are setting up 3D printing labs to create surgical models, implants and even new medical devices on site, at the point of care.
In this Special Focus Issue, we take a look at cutting-edge technologies being used in the medical device space to solve real problems. We hope you enjoy the issue.
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