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Demand for Medical 3D Models Drives Expansion for Materialise in the U.S.
By providing virtual planning software linked with fully integrated Materialise 3D print services, clinicians and surgeons can use vital supplemental information to simulate or evaluate the best options for patient-specific treatment, and facilitate clear communication with patients, co-workers and/or surgical teams. Materialise HeartPrint, for instance, registered as a class 1 medical device in the US, aids cardiovascular specialists in helping plan patient care and select the necessary tools to treat complex cases such as congenital heart surgery or aortic aneurysm interventions.
Materialise continues to evolve its Mimics Innovation Suite capabilities and has made a new version of software that caters to clinicians with a desire to use 3D printing in their case planning. "As a beta participant for Materialise's latest medical software innovation, I have witnessed the power of their 25 years 'of experience in medical 3D printing with this software. Materialise is clearly focused on meeting the evolving needs of clinicians, and in being the software solution for the 3D printing process in hospitals." stated
"Unlike many existing products which only work with a limited number of the 3D printing solutions, Materialise's 510(k) cleared software connects to all 3D printing technologies. We are excited to expand our capacity, technology breadth and increase our responsiveness to the needs of clinicians. It is this focus that led our expansion in the U.S.," stated
Materialise has a 25 year track record of providing leading-edge, 3D visualization and printing solutions to their extensive list of hospital, academic and medical device customers. With all of these great minds working together, the future of patient-specific treatments is looking bright. For more information on Materialise software and solutions for Medical 3D Printing, visit biomedical.materialise.com.
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Vanessa Palsenbarg, Corporate Communications Specialist, Phone: +32 16 39 66 37, Fax: +32 16 39 66 00, Email: email@example.com, Twitter: @belgiancanuck or @MaterialiseNV, Visit: www.materialise.com