Optimize your hospital operation
Hospital management: innovate, facilitate your staff’s days and ensure their material quality and safety !
“Seven studies using 3D printed anatomic models in surgical care demonstrated a mean 62 minutes ($3720/case saved from reduced time) of time saved, and 25 studies of 3D printed surgical guides demonstrated a mean 23 minutes time saved ($1488/case saved from reduced time). An estimated 63 models or guides per year (or 1.2/week) were predicted to be the minimum number to breakeven and account for annual fixed costs.”Ballard DH, Mills P, Duszak R Jr, Weisman JA, Rybicki FJ, Woodard PK. Medical 3D Printing Cost-Savings in Orthopedic and Maxillofacial Surgery: Cost Analysis of Operating Room Time Saved with 3D Printed Anatomic Models and Surgical Guides. Acad Radiol. 2020 Aug;27(8):1103-1113. doi: 10.1016/j.acra.2019.08.011. Epub 2019 Sep 18. PMID: 31542197; PMCID: PMC7078060.
Controlling for surgeon variation, model use resulted in a 31.3-minute (7.8%) reduction in operative time. Time-based cost savings were estimated to be $1036.Rogers-Vizena CR, Sporn SF, Daniels KM, Padwa BL, Weinstock P. Cost-Benefit Analysis of Three-Dimensional Craniofacial Models for Midfacial Distraction: A Pilot Study. Cleft Palate Craniofac J. 2017 Sep;54(5):612-617. doi: 10.1597/15-281. Epub 2016 Aug 3. PMID: 27486910.
Enhance your innovation potential
You have lots of great ideas and new research projects in mind but unfortunately the design possibilities may be limited.
Exploit the full potential of 3D printing to produce unique parts thanks to our dedicated support service (implants, medical devices, bioprinting…).
Optimize the work of your teams
Have you ever found yourself with broken equipment that doesn’t allow you to use your device optimally? Replace your broken equipment in just a few hours to avoid wasting your team’s time in delivering patient care.
Example: medical bed remotes that can no longer be attached, making them unusable
Avoid DIY and work in good conditions: reduce the stress of your care teams, allow them to give more time to the essential and increase in efficiency.
Use our 3d printing platform to repair your parts in a hort period of time with a possible gain in performance.
Reduce your costs and avoid purchasing non-essential material
Buying a complete device when there is only one defective part can be costly to your facility in the long run.
Profitability and waste do not mix!
Use 3D printing to produce the missing part, specially designed to meet your needs today and avoid waste.
Improve your patients' care pathway
Your patients’ recovery, satisfaction and quality of life are your facility’s priority.
To achieve this, your patients need personalized features, specific to their profile and pathology.
Put your patients at the heart of their care and participate in their therapeutic education to help them manage their disease on a daily basis.
Thanks to 3D printing, produce “patient-specific” products according to their latest medical examinations to personalize their care and increase precision.
Optomize your surgical procedures
Preparing for surgery requires practicing and anticipating one’s acts.
Mastering one’s gesture means being able to anticipate the most complex operations and ensure the safety of the patient.
Save time in the operating room with 3D printed anatomical models representing the anatomy of your patient.
Frequently asked questions
For each of the devices we propose to repair, we commit ourselves to carry out a feasibility study to judge the criticality of the part to be changed.
At its end, we will define together if 3D printing is the most suitable process for the repair, or if you should rather turn to another alternative.
Here, unlike other manufacturing processes, 3D printing will allow you to produce the part you need with precision, without buying an entire device.
It depends on the equipment you have on site and how you want to use it.
If our experts are trained in the use of this type of technology, we will be happy to help you design the parts that are missing 😀
We have written a scientific article on this subject. Read it here for more information.
Our teams are currently working on studies to produce sterilizable parts for the hospital (by autoclave or cold sterilization).
In the meantime, we can also propose you to use a sheath, which can be an alternative to take your anatomical model to the operating room.