South African hospitals set to benefit from affordable, 3D-printed models

Written by Georgi Makin

Axial3D (Belfast, Northern Ireland) and MedTech3D (Durban, South Africa) have announced a collaboration to bring affordable 3D printing to South African hospitals. In an effort to expand the market and use of 3D-printed models for enhancing patient care and surgical outcomes in South Africa, Axial 3D (Belfast, Northern Ireland) has announced a partnership with MedTech3D (Durban, South Africa). The two companies aim to ensure that surgeons and clinicians in South Africa have ‘affordable access to high-quality 3D-printed models’ to be used in pre-operative planning, reducing theatre costs and improving medical education. Commenting on the partnership goals, Dipika Maharaj, MD at...

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