From heart valves to blood vessels, 3D printing produces a replica of vascular anatomy to enable vascular surgeons to have a detailed understanding of a patient's vascular anatomy before performing open or endovascular surgery. 3D printing provides a visual of a patient's unique anatomy offering a vascular surgeon increased detail to optimize the procedure and patient outcomes.
Join us to learn more about the history of 3D printing and how to use it in pre-surgical planning!
Thomas Carruthers, MD, Vascular Surgeon, Brown Surgical Associates, Providence, RI.
Stacy Fisher, MD, Cardiology, Associate Director, Adult Congenital Heart Disease Center; Associate Professor, Medicine at Johns Hopkins Medicine, Columbia, Maryland.
Jeffrey Hirsch, MD, Radiology, Assistant Professor, University of Maryland School of Medicine, Baltimore, Maryland.
Nicholas Osborne, MD, Vascular Surgeon, Associate Professor, University of Michigan Health, Ann Arbor, Michigan.
Judith Lin, MD, Vascular Surgeon, Professor of Surgery & Chief of Vascular Surgery, Michigan State University, Department of Surgery, East Lansing, Michigan.
Adam Johnson, MD, Vascular Surgeon, International Fellow, The Royal Infirmary Edinburgh, United Kingdom; Managing Editor, Audible Bleeding.