Advanced Manufacturing Technology--3D Printing in the Healthcare Industry

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This issue of Advanced Manufacturing Technology notes and assesses new innovations in the healthcare industry— prosthetic hands, artificial bones, vascular grafts, and bone implants--which were designed, developed, and implemented using 3D printing technology. The 3D printed prosthetic hand is low-cost, lightweight and can be printed by the user within 48 hours. The 3D printed artificial bones are bio-compatible, biodegradable, and have the capabilities of osseointegration for natural bone development alongside the artificial bone. The vascular grafts for congenital heat disease are 3D printed with bio-degradable and bio-compatible materials by using sterolithography. The last innovation is a 3D printed bone

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Advanced Manufacturing Technology--3D Printing in the Healthcare IndustryInnovations in 3D Printing in the Healthcare Industry 3D-Printed Prosthetic Hands3D-Printed Artificial Bones3D-Printed Vascular Grafts3D-Printed Bone ImplantsAnalyst Perspectives Key PatentsKey PatentsIndustry Interactions

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