A template for physician modified FEVAR, 3d printed in flexible resin (Visijet CE-NT, 3d Systems).
It’s 2021 and Happy New Year 🎉 to all of our friends around the globe! We kick off the year with another publication — this time in the
European Journal of Vascular Surgery. We’ve been beavering away making 3D Printed Flexible aortic models for the design and preparation of physician-modified fenestrated endovascular aortic stent-grafts.
Read all about the great work of
Dr Jasamine Coles-Black, Prof Tracie Barber, and A/Prof Jason Chuen in this collaborative project between Austin Health, The University of Melbourne and the University of New South Wales!
You know that little tingle that goes down your spine when something goes right? We we are feeling it now, with our most recent paper published in
These little critters are making a huge difference to our surgery and anaesthesia teams in the midst of this COVID-19 pandemic, making sure that their Powered Air Purifying Respirators (PAPRs) are working properly and keeping them safe under their surgical gowns — let’s hope that it helps others as well.
Together with our colleagues at
Royal Prince Alfred Hospital and the ARC Centre of Excellence for Electromaterials Science, we have put together a summary of issues to consider when regulating medical 3d printing. You can access it now at the ANZ Journal of Surgery! Journal Cover, The Journal of Laryngology & Otology
What a great way to start the new year! Congratulations to our
MD Research Project students Gordon Chen and Michael Jiang who have published their systematic review of 3d Printing in Otolaryngology Training, together with collaborating co-supervisor and ENT surgeon Dr Deb Amott. If you need a current summary of the state of play of 3d printed models for ENT training and simulation then first take a look here at The Journal of Laryngology and Otology.
MD Research Project students have been hard at work again and we are proud to announce another publication. Students Michael Jiang and Gordon Chen have published their systematic review of 3d printing for orthopaedic preoperative planning in the ANZ Journal of Surgery. The study, co-supervised by orthopaedic surgeon Mr Andrew Hardidge, concludes that there is clear evidence for the use of 3d printed models to improve intra-operative metrics (such as operating time) and patient understanding and engagement.
Want to see something cool? Visit the latest edition of
Colorectal Disease to see our where we combine a digital 3d-model with robotic surgery to guide the surgeon to the right location. Thanks to our collaborators Video Vignette: Fully robotic retroperitoneal lymph node dissection – a fusion of technologies Dr Atan Das, Dr Toan Pham, A/Prof Nathan Lawrentschuk and Mr Satish Warrier from the Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre Department of Surgery.
The Austin 3dMedLab was out in force at the
Royal Australasian College of Surgeons and Australian and New Zealand College of Anaesthetists Annual Scientific Congress in Sydney recently.
With 3 posters and one presentation, 3D technology is certainly making its mark in the operating theatre and surgical management.
We were also very proud to see the strong focus on clinical leadership, communication and diversity.
Continue reading “3dMedLab makes a strong showing at #RACS18” It’s and we are pleased to announce that yet another @3dMedLab paper has been accepted for publication. Thanks to the hard work of Australia Day and our team, Dr Todd Manning “ is now available in the Three dimensional models in uro‑oncology: a future built with additive fabrication“ World Journal of Urology.
You can read the paper here:
http://rdcu.be/FxYM members will be lucky enough to see a hard copy of our Medical 3D Printing article from AMA Victoria in their letterboxes shortly! We hope you enjoy your next edition of Pursuit ! AMA VicDoc
The latest issue of
from the Health Voices features the theme of “ Consumer Health Forum of Australia “. Medical Devices – Tragedy and Triumph
It explores the positive and negative impacts of novel medical devices. More importantly it also features an article from our own Mr Jason Chuen!
Read all about the role of 3D Printing here at “
“. 3D Printing in Medicine – a Transformative Technology