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La Fabrication Additive, ou l’impression 3D, pour la Santé : une nouvelle médecine est-elle en train de naître ?  

L’impression3D est discrète dans le domaine de la Santé, néanmoins cela va changer dans les prochaines années, et l’on peut prévoir qu’à l’horizon de 2025, le monde de la Santé sera profondément transformé par cette technologie comme elle le sera par la robotique et l’Intelligence Artificielle. Le site de la NCBI (National Center for Biotechnology Information), qui recense les publications médicales, confirme cette prévision ; de 1989 à 2013 près de 1200 publications contenant le terme « 3DPrint » ont été publiées. En 2017, il en a été publié 1118 à ce jour. Cette accélération démontre bien l’intérêt grandissant des différents acteurs de la Santé pour cette technologie qui permet de développer des méthodes révolutionnaires dans tous les domaines du vivant. Pourquoi un tel engouement ? Tout simplement car, de par ses caractéristiques, l’impression 3D offre au monde de la santé une solution qui permet dès aujourd’hui de fabriquer des prothèses à un prix dérisoire, de fabriquer des implants personnalisés qui sont « colonisé » par l’os pour une intégration complète, d’imprimer des gouttières, des dents en métal et céramique économiquement. Mais aussi de préparer les opérations chirurgicales afin de sécuriser et fiabiliser celles-ci. Demain, les recherches montrent que nous imprimerons des médicaments plus performants car personnalisé pour le patient (le FDA a déjà approuvé le premier médicament imprimé, un antiépileptique du laboratoire Aprecia), ainsi que nous fabriquerons des organes comme les reins, le foie et le cœur à partir de cellules souches du patient sans risque de rejet. Récemment, une équipe de recherche chinoise a remplacé sur des singes 2 cm d’artère par de l’artère imprimé en 3D, un mois plus tard l’implant était totalement intégré et fonctionnait à l’identique. (http://edition.cnn.com/2017/01/10/health/china-3d-printed-blood-vessels/index.html) Ceci est un exemple du profond changement du monde de la Santé en cours. Dans les années à venir, les dons d’organes ne seront plus nécessaires, on fabriquera votre organe à partir de vos cellules, la médecine médicamenteuse deviendra personnalisée et la médecine se transformera d’une médecine de réparation vers une médecine de « remplacement » Et donc oui, une nouvelle médecine est naissante. Si le sujet vous intéresse, je vous invite à suivre ma curation là : https://www.scoop.it/t/digital-marketing-by-sivende Ou là https://www.linkedin.com/in/guillaumeriottot/ title
 
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How far away are we from 3D printed drugs and medical devices?

How far away are we from 3D printed drugs and medical devices? | 3D Printing & Health - Impression 3D & Santé | Scoop.it
Raymond Williams and Lauren Wilchek of law firm DLA Piper write…
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3D Printing and Medical Equipment

3D Printing and Medical Equipment | 3D Printing & Health - Impression 3D & Santé | Scoop.it
The healthcare industry is transforming with new and improved 3D printing technology. From simply printed parts of a medical device to complex 3D printed living tissue, the technology is allowing the healthcare industry to grow exponentially.
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BASF signs 3D bioprinting cosmetics deal with Poietis

BASF signs 3D bioprinting cosmetics deal with Poietis | 3D Printing & Health - Impression 3D & Santé | Scoop.it
134shares105290Since 2015, French biotechnology company Poietis has been co-developing its 3D laser-assisted bioprinting technology to fabricate skin models. Now BASF, the largest chemicals producer i
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3D printed small intestine helps Cornell scientists understand gut bacteria

3D printed small intestine helps Cornell scientists understand gut bacteria | 3D Printing & Health - Impression 3D & Santé | Scoop.it
Biologists at Cornell University in New York have 3D printed a microscopic artificial small intestine. The synthetic gut could help researchers better understand bacteria and the human immune system.
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Just In Time Implants: New Australian Project Will Use 3D Printing and Robotic Surgery in Bone Cancer Treatment

Just In Time Implants: New Australian Project Will Use 3D Printing and Robotic Surgery in Bone Cancer Treatment | 3D Printing & Health - Impression 3D & Santé | Scoop.it
Global medical device manufacturing company Stryker fully committed to 3D printing technology in 2016, and over the past year has been making good on that commitment, with new partnerships and 3D printed medical products.
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Depuy Synthes Acquires 3D Printed Implant Technology from Tissue Regeneration Systems

Depuy Synthes Acquires 3D Printed Implant Technology from Tissue Regeneration Systems | 3D Printing & Health - Impression 3D & Santé | Scoop.it
While 3D printing in the medical field isn't new, you know it's heading further towards becoming commonplace when a company like Johnson & Johnson picks it up.
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'Ring Stacking Method' fights heart disease: 3D printed guides used to make customized blood vessels

'Ring Stacking Method' fights heart disease: 3D printed guides used to make customized blood vessels | 3D Printing & Health - Impression 3D & Santé | Scoop.it
Researchers at Wayne State University in Detroit have developed a 3D printing method for creating customizable blood vessels. The Ring Stacking Method could lead to new and improved ways of treating coronary artery disease.
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Mecuris NexStep: the world's first CE-certified 3D printed foot prosthetic

Mecuris NexStep: the world's first CE-certified 3D printed foot prosthetic | 3D Printing & Health - Impression 3D & Santé | Scoop.it
Mecuris, a Munich-based manufacturer of bespoke 3D printed prosthetics, announced that it has shipped and delivered the world's first CE-certified 3D printed prosthetic feet. The prosthetic in question, called 'NexStep,' has been in development for some time, and with the CE mark it is now ready for market.
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From 3 months to 48 hours, 3DPrint is definitely the big thing ! 
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3D printed breast implant lattice could revolutionize cancer reconstructive surgery

3D printed breast implant lattice could revolutionize cancer reconstructive surgery | 3D Printing & Health - Impression 3D & Santé | Scoop.it
French researchers have won a prize for their innovative use of 3D printing to create a breast implant for cancer reconstruction surgery.The project, coined Mat(t)isse, was carried out by Julien Payen and Pierre-Marie Danze PhD Life and Health Sciences at Lille 1 University, with funding from the Hospital Center Regional University De Lille (CHRU). For this, the duo were awarded
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Better than 3D bioprinting? Wisconsin researchers turn vanilla husks into biomedical implants

Better than 3D bioprinting? Wisconsin researchers turn vanilla husks into biomedical implants | 3D Printing & Health - Impression 3D & Santé | Scoop.it
A team of researchers from the University of Wisconsin-Madison has turned the decellularized husks of plants, such as parsley, vanilla, and orchids, into 3D scaffolds seeded with human stem cells. According to the researchers, the technique offers an alternative to 3D bioprinting biomedical implants.
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World-first implantation of 3D-printed vertebrae takes place in Australia

World-first implantation of 3D-printed vertebrae takes place in Australia | 3D Printing & Health - Impression 3D & Santé | Scoop.it
Ralph Mobbs, a neurosurgeon from the Prince of Wales Hospital, Sydney, Australia, has replaced two cancerous vertebrae with 3D-printed implants, according to a report from the Australian Broadcasti…
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Materialise gets FDA approval for 3D printed pediatric surgical guides

Materialise gets FDA approval for 3D printed pediatric surgical guides | 3D Printing & Health - Impression 3D & Santé | Scoop.it
FDA have given the go ahead for 3D printing to be used to produce surgical guides for children for the first time. The guides will be produced by Materialise, to help surgeons with pediatric osteotomy operations. This will allow for better planning and much more accurate surgery
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European based Materialise is aiming for US for a better and quicker surgery for kids ! 
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The guides will be used to help orthopaedic surgeons plan for osteotomy operations.
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St. John’s researchers lay groundwork for 3D printed antipsychotic drugs

St. John’s researchers lay groundwork for 3D printed antipsychotic drugs | 3D Printing & Health - Impression 3D & Santé | Scoop.it
26shares101603D printing has the potential to usher in a new era of point-of-care, personalized medication. With custom meds, pharmacists and physicians could provide patients with a dosage tailor mad
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Towards organ printing: engineering an intra-organ branched vascular tree

Towards organ printing: engineering an intra-organ branched vascular tree | 3D Printing & Health - Impression 3D & Santé | Scoop.it
Effective vascularization of thick three-dimensional engineered tissue constructs is a problem in tissue engineering. As in native organs, a tissue-engineered intra-organ vascular tree must be comprised of a network of hierarchically branched vascula
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$10 sensor chip and 3D printed holders help produce 3D ultrasound images

$10 sensor chip and 3D printed holders help produce 3D ultrasound images | 3D Printing & Health - Impression 3D & Santé | Scoop.it

213shares165480Scientists at Duke and Stanford Universities have developed a device that can register a set of 2D ultrasound images as a single 3D simulation. Central to the device, which was prototyp

 
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A world first, NHS combined bone graft and 3D printed implant surgery

A world first, NHS combined bone graft and 3D printed implant surgery | 3D Printing & Health - Impression 3D & Santé | Scoop.it
159shares104550A patient at Morriston Hospital in Wales has been the first in the world to receive a jaw reconstruction surgery combining traditional bone grafts and 3D printed Titanium implants. Debb
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3D printed bioceramic stents inspired by lotus root structure improve vascularization and bone growth

3D printed bioceramic stents inspired by lotus root structure improve vascularization and bone growth | 3D Printing & Health - Impression 3D & Santé | Scoop.it
A team of researchers from the Shanghai Institute of Ceramics and the Chinese Academy of Sciences has developed a novel design for 3D printed stent made from a biomedical ceramic material and which has a structure inspired by the lotus root.
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Update on 3D printed organ models in healthcare

Update on 3D printed organ models in healthcare | 3D Printing & Health - Impression 3D & Santé | Scoop.it
As medicine searches for new ways to improve procedures and patient care, 3D printed and modeled organs have become a valued approach to simulate the conditions of the human body. As not every operation can take a "textbook" approach, these models give a greater understanding of the conditions inside a patient, bringing down crucial
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Duke University's cartilage-mimicking 3D printed hydrogels could help repair damaged knees

Duke University's cartilage-mimicking 3D printed hydrogels could help repair damaged knees | 3D Printing & Health - Impression 3D & Santé | Scoop.it
Researchers from Duke University are developing a 3D bioprinting material that could one day be used to create patient-specific cartilage implants. The cartilage-mimicking material is made from a hydrogel mixture and could be used to 3D print menisci implants to repair damaged knees.
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Australian woman smiles again thanks to 3D printed jawbone implant

Australian woman smiles again thanks to 3D printed jawbone implant | 3D Printing & Health - Impression 3D & Santé | Scoop.it
A team of Australian surgeons has successfully implanted a 3D printed maxilla jaw bone into a patient. The patient in question, Susie Robinson, suffered severe injuries to her face after a car accident, and only now, after many years of operations and treatments, can she smile again as she once did.
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3D printed pills: interview with FabRx at University College London

3D printed pills: interview with FabRx at University College London | 3D Printing & Health - Impression 3D & Santé | Scoop.it
Are 3D printed pills the future? We visited a London laboratory to find out.Established by academics from University College London (UCL) in 2014, FabRx is a company seeking commercialize 3D printed medicines and devices. On the principle that everyone is different, the vision of 3D printed pills it to be able to provide more
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Researchers in Sweden induce 3D bioprinted human cartilage cells to live and grow inside mice

Researchers in Sweden induce 3D bioprinted human cartilage cells to live and grow inside mice | 3D Printing & Health - Impression 3D & Santé | Scoop.it
Researchers at Chalmers University of Technology and Sahlgrenska Academy, both located in Gothenburg, Sweden, have used 3D bioprinting to induce living human cartilage cells to develop and grow in an animal. The breakthrough could be a step towards 3D printed body parts.
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Cartilage is essential to our bones, let get that asap
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Earlier this year, Swedish bioprinting company CELLINK released its latest 3D bioprinter, the Bio X, capable of printing in a range of biomaterials, including heart, skin, cartilage, and bone.
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3D Systems commercializes Figure 4 configuration and announces tailored dental platform

3D Systems commercializes Figure 4 configuration and announces tailored dental platform | 3D Printing & Health - Impression 3D & Santé | Scoop.it
U.S company 3D Systems has announced the first shipment of their Figure 4 platform and released details of a tailored platform for dental application.The Figure 4 is an automated SLA 3D printing system which, according to 3D Systems, "produces plastic parts more than 50 times faster than current systems." The machine intends to revolutionize the use of
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#3DPrint in the dental environment is getting bigger, who will be the winner for this huge market large facility or dentist facility ?
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EnvisionTEC showcases new E-IDB dental 3D printing material at IDS dental expo

EnvisionTEC showcases new E-IDB dental 3D printing material at IDS dental expo | 3D Printing & Health - Impression 3D & Santé | Scoop.it
3D printer company EnvisionTEC has previewed E-IDB, a new dental material for 3D printing indirect bonding trays. The 3D printing material is being exhibited this week at IDS, the world's largest dental show, in the German city of Cologne.
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