3D printing is now at the heart of lifesaving surgery

Either way, 3D printing must become a regular tool in our hospitals in order to minimise the mistakes that often creep up in complex operations.
In a recent example, the UK’s 3D LifePrints created a life-sized 3D-printed replica model of a spine from the CT scan of an eight-year-old child.
The future is now moving heavily towards 3D bio-printing of human organs and limbs.

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