Pivoting: from academic 3D printing to rapid COVID-19 solutions

Powell AR, Keilin CA, Michaels RE et al. | Journal of 3D Printing in Medicine, 4(3),  127–129 (2020) When a novel coronavirus (then known as 2019-nCoV) was first recognized in China in December 2019 [1], no one knew how devastating and widespread the COVID-19 pandemic would become. Across the world, this virus has overwhelmed modern healthcare systems in a way most could never have imagined. The challenges faced by physicians and healthcare systems have required rapid, innovative approaches to maximize safety for our patients and colleagues. In this brief Editorial, we describe how we repurposed our academic 3D printing laboratory in order to...

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