Clinical case studies bundle – 3DMedLIVE 2019
CPD points awarded: 3.5
Cost: £70 (£84 inc. VAT at 20%)
Learn about the practical applications of 3D printing in surgery, from preparing for surgeries involving complex anatomies to the routine adoption of 3D technologies into surgical workflows.
With this clinical case studies collection, learn how surgeons are successfully employing 3D printing technology at each stage of the surgical workflow, from achieving fully informed consent to carefully executing delicate procedures.
Discover how researchers approach complex questions with 3D-printed solutions, how innovators navigate uncertain regulatory landscapes and how surgeons adopt 3D technologies into different areas of specialism, concluding with a focus on the unique position 3D printing holds within the long-term plan of the UK NHS and the future of surgery.
This bundle of talks is accredited by the Royal College of Surgeons of England for 3.5 CPD points.
Talks included in this bundle
- Harnessing 3D printing for diffusion tensor cardiovascular magnetic resonance in a beating isolated Langendorff perfused porcine heart – Andrew Scott (The Royal Brompton and Harefield NHS Foundation Trust and National Heart and Lung Institute, Imperial College, London, UK) [23:41]
- Delivering a 3D-printed device in an uncertain regulatory environment – case study of an absorbable breast scaffold – Mohit Chhaya (BellaSeno GmbH, Leipzig, Germany) [28:20]
- Complex patient consent – Zameer Shah (Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust, London, UK) [27:26]
- 3D printing for catheter interventions in congenital heart disease – Israel Valverde (Hospital Virgen del Rocio, Seville, Spain and Evelina London Children’s Hospital, UK) [18:00]
- Applications of patient-specific (or personalized) 3D-printed models for congenital heart surgery – Joyce Lim (Alder Hey Children’s Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, Liverpool, UK) [26:33]
- Tumors, transplants and technology – Tim Brown (Belfast City Hospital, UK) [22:02]
- 3D technology and craniofacial surgery – David Dunaway (Institute of Child Health, Great Ormond Street and University College London, UK) [22:58]
- The future of surgery and the NHS long-term plan: a panel discussion – Richard Kerr (RCS Commission on the Future of Surgery, UK), Adrian Sugar (Centre for Applied Reconstructive Technologies in Surgery, Swansea, UK) and Lorna Marson (British Transplantation Society, UK) [41:47]
Total length: 03:30:47
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