Hi Ellen - thanks for your query! I've sent you an email with some more information, I look forward to learning more about this techniq... Read more »
Is there currently any hospitals or medical facilities (or even research labs) effectively using 3D printing on humans yet? I am interested in the technique to fix microtia on my daughter.
Hi Michael, 3D printing has been used at the Royal Hospital for Sick Children (Edinburgh, UK) to help produce prosthetic ears for children with microtia. You can find out a bit more about the process in this article: http://bit.ly/2d0sPtH The University of Washington (Seattle, USA) has used 3D printed models for the same purpose as detailed here: http://bit.ly/2rwvumn The Ear Surgery Center of Excellence (Beverly Hills, USA) also appears to be interested in the use of 3D printing for recontructive surgery: http://bit.ly/2rP76gx -Sonia
How much is the fee to publish a review article in your journal? And will it be refered in any major databases (Pubmed, Scolar, Scopus, Medline, etc) ? Thank you
Hi Areti - Thank you for your interest in the journal! There are no publication fees unless additional services such as accelerated publication, colour printing or open access are request... Read more »
Unfortunately, no. Hope to see you in future events..
Meet us there to grab an advanced publication of selected articles from the journal ahead of its launch later this year