Axial3D to showcase medical 3D printing at HIMSS 2020
Join Axial3D at HIMSS 2020 at Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, March 9-13, and experience our award-winning medical 3D printing service first-hand.
Axial3D and Invest Northern Ireland’s Life & Health Sciences team will join the UK's Department for International Trade on booth 7561-13 in the Global Pavilion, during the HIMSS 2020 conference.
The HIMSS 2020 Global Conference & Exhibition brings together health information and technology professionals, clinicians, executives and vendors from around the world. It features exceptional education, world-class speakers, cutting-edge health IT products and powerful networking between over 45,000 individuals working in healthcare from over 90 countries.
By 2021, Deloitte predicts that 25% of surgeons will use a 3D anatomical model to practice ahead of procedures. If you’d like your hospital or institution to join them, be sure to meet Axial3D during HIMSS 2020 and see how we make it easy for surgeons to access high-quality 3D printing for pre-operative planning and gaining informed consent. To support your decision-making process, we invite you to order a free anatomical model of one of your own patient cases by clicking the button at the bottom!
Why use anatomical models in pre-operative planning?
ENHANCED INSIGHT INTO THE PATHOLOGY
By holding the replica in your hand and having a true 360° view, you get a full view of the true anatomy in context.
REDUCED THEATRE TIME
On average, our customers report saving 30-60 minutes surgery time, with some cases showing 5+ hours saved.
IMPROVED PATIENT COMMUNICATION
Patient experience and consent are increased by seeing and holding models of their anatomy, aiding in consent discussions.
PREOPERATIVE TRIALING & SIMULATION
Educating and training new physicians, especially complex pathological conditions.
IMPROVED TRAINING & EDUCATION
3D printed patient-specific models support physical simulations of surgery. This saves time and increases the confidence of surgical teams.
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