Category Archives: Morriston Hospital

University of Birmingham chooses Renishaw 3D printers for healthcare

The University of Birmingham (UoB) has installed two of Renishaw’s RenAM 500M metal additive manufacturing systems to service its Centre for Custom Medical Devices (CMD). The systems were installed by the UoB’s School of Materials and Metallurgy to accelerate the development of customized 3D printed medical devices. Dr. Sophie Cox, Lecturer at the University’s Healthcare Technologies […]

Manchester Hospital saves $166,000 by bringing 3D printing in-house with Materialise

The UK’s National Health Service (NHS) is embracing 3D printing, and North Manchester General Hospital (NMGH) has joined the charge towards innovation with its newly established 3D printing lab.  The lab was established by reconstructive scientist Oliver Burley who made a business case and fundraised for an in-house 3D printing lab, before equipping it with […]

Manchester Hospital saves $166,000 by bringing 3D printing in-house with Materialise

The UK’s National Health Service (NHS) is embracing 3D printing, and North Manchester General Hospital (NMGH) has joined the charge towards innovation with its newly established 3D printing lab.  The lab was established by reconstructive scientist Oliver Burley who made a business case and fundraised for an in-house 3D printing lab, before equipping it with […]

3D-gedruckte Brustkorb-Prothese erfolgreich implantiert

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Ein 71-jähriger Mann aus Wales hat nach der Entfernung eines Tumors ein 3D-gedrucktes Brustkorb-Implantat aus Titan eingesetzt bekommen. Dieses ersetzt drei Rippen und einen Teil seines Brustbeines, welche aufgrund des Sarkoms entfernt werden mussten.  Peter Maggs dachte er hätte eine Zyste in seiner Brust entdeckt, als Ärzte später herausfanden, dass es sich um einen bösartigen, […]

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Renishaw 3D printed ribs make a cancer survivor at Morriston Hospital Wales

A 3D printed rib implant at Morriston Hospital in Wales has saved the life of Peter Maggs, a 71-year-old patient suffering from muscle cancer. A sensitive case affecting Mr. Maggs’ chest wall, Morriston surgeons opted for the alternative treatment when considering the potential complications of the operation. Due to Mr. Maggs’ successful recovery, the process […]

Renishaw 3D printed ribs make a cancer survivor at Morriston Hospital Wales

A 3D printed rib implant at Morriston Hospital in Wales has saved the life of Peter Maggs, a 71-year-old patient suffering from muscle cancer. A sensitive case affecting Mr. Maggs’ chest wall, Morriston surgeons opted for the alternative treatment when considering the potential complications of the operation. Due to Mr. Maggs’ successful recovery, the process […]

Kidney transplant using 3D printing marks a medical first in Belfast

A 3D printed replica kidney, from UK-based 3D printed medical model company axial3D, has facilitated a crucial transplant operation and simultaneously improved the life of the organ donor. Surgeons at Belfast City Hospital in Northern Ireland planned the complete excision of a Bosniak 2F renal cyst using a kidney replica. The operation itself was the first such procedure […]

A world first, NHS combined bone graft and 3D printed implant surgery

A patient at Morriston Hospital in Wales has been the first in the world to receive a jaw reconstruction surgery combining traditional bone grafts and 3D printed Titanium implants. Debbie Hawkins, from Swansea, received the treatment funded by the UK’s National Health Service (NHS), following cancer treatment that excised a part of her jaw bone. […]

British National Health Service appoints its first-ever biomedical 3D technician

The British National Health Service (NHS) has appointed its first ever biomedical 3D technician to create 3D printed models for facial reconstruction surgery.

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Wiederherstellung einer Augenhöhle im Rahmen von Nepal Hilfsprojekten

Im Rahmen von Hilfsprojekten für Erdbebenopfer in Nepal, gelang es dem Oral- und Kieferchirurgen Shakir Mustafa, mithilfe von 3D-Druck,  die  Augenhöhle (Orbita)  einer jungen Frau wiederherzustellen. Unterstützt wurde er dabei von  Renishaw plc, dem Maxillofacial Prothetik Labor im Krankenhaus Morriston und der PDR  im Cardiff Metropolitan Hospital. Nach dem verheerenden  Erdbeben im April 2015 in […]

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