AI-Based Workflow Software For Medical 3D Printing: Examples Of Clinical Trial And Application (3D Printing USA 2018)

Dr Sang Joon Park, CEO
Medicalip Co. Ltd.
Korea
 

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The safe and effective practice of surgery requires an intimate knowledge of anatomy. A thorough understanding of human anatomy empowers medical doctors to plan a suitable approach, predict possible complications, prepare necessary equipment, and properly counsel the patient. Recently, 3D printing technology has dramatically changed how we think about making things, thus it has been used for scientific discoveries to develop practical applications based on patient-specific information in real clinical medicine. However, there are practical difficulties such as long working time, various and complex work procedures, and communication delay due to participation of various experts in 3D printing work. To solve this problem, efficient convergence system is indispensable. The convergence system built on diverse knowledge bases (AI, cloud system, GPU computing technique, etc.) can bring a tremendous impact when 3D printing technology is applied at the hospital. In this lecture, we'll talk about AI-based digital workflow system for operating efficient medical 3D printing works including fundamental knowledge with various applications in clinical fields.

Speaker Biography (Sang Joon Park)

2018.07~ Committee Member, ISO/TC 261 Additive Manufacturing
2015.09~ Founder and CEO, MEDICALIP
2015.09~ Vice Director, Medical Device Innovation Center at Seoul National University Hospital (SNUH)
2014.09~ Research Associate Professor, Dept. of Radiology at SNUH
2014.08. Research Assistant Professor, Dept. of Radiology at SNUH
2012.08. Post Doctoral Researcher, Dept. of Radiology at Seoul National University (SNU)
2011.08. Ph.D. in Interdisciplinary Program in Radiation Applied Life Science at SNU

Company Profile (Medicalip)

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MEDICALIP has continued relentless effort to develop advance medical technologies combine an individual patient's CT scans and/or MRIs with medical imaging software and 3D printing techniques. Our technologies enable superior surgical planning for surgeons and doctors, assist in optimal doctor-patient communication, and also serve as an effective training and educational tool. Our strong medical 3D printing workflow platform provides unique 3D printed presurgery anatomical models which can be applied to a wide variety of surgical situations.
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