Launching Q3 2021. Owned and operated by Nexmed Healthcare Solutions, we have sourced the most advanced technology to offer advanced 3D image-based analysis, planning, and printing capabilities in healthcare.

About our laboratory

Powered by Materialise software and Stratasys printers as our primary technology, our laboratory offers advanced technological capabilities across various disciplines. Operated by highly qualified radiologists and biomedical engineers, we assist you in creating a patient-specific surgical approach with advanced visualization and intraoperative tools. We are committed to making 3D printing the new standard in surgical excellence. The benefits of using such technology allows us to offer unrivaled anatomical and biomechanical accuracy, realism, and functionality.

How 3D planning and printing is advancing personalized medicine

Personalized medicine is all about treating each person as a unique individual and creating care pathways specific to that individual’s needs. 3D printing allows you to offer authentic personalized medicine, from planning to implants. Each of us have our own unique composition and makeup and this calls for a unique surgical plan. We believe that 3D planning and printing contributes to greater accuracy in procedure execution, which leads to greater surgical precision and fewer complication for each patient. This ultimately results in greater clinical outcomes for each patient.

About our technology

Materialise:
With over 30 years of experience in medical software development and 3D printing, Materialise certified medical software enables us to elevate patient treatment to the highest level. Medical 3D printing and image-based planning have completely revolutionized patient care. Materialise software combined with the expertise of our engineers, allows us to offer you a full range of surgical planning resources, from standard cases to the most complex cases Materialise software provides an advanced platform for medical image segmentation, creating 3D models, printing 3D models, surgical planning, creating virtual surgical simulations and providing critical measurements, as well as creating patient-specific tools and implants.

Stratasys:
Trusted by industry leaders around the world, Stratasys has produced the most advanced 3D printers for healthcare today. Utilizing their advanced technology allows us to create human anatomical models that mimic bone and tissue to an unparalleled level of realism. The J750 and J750 Digital Anatomy 3D Printer is our solution for ultra-realistic anatomical replication, allowing us to create biomechanical models that look, feel, and respond like the real thing. We can create lifelike anatomical models with standard or complex pathologies for device testing, surgical training, and patient-specific simulation.

The J750 Digital Anatomy 3D Printer offers unlimited possibilities. With PolyJet technology and multi-material, multi-texture, and multi-color capabilities built-in, you can 3D print prototypes or medical models in the most intricate detail.

Our Capabilities

3D Image-based planning and analysis

3D Image-based planning and analysis

Virtually plan and perform trial procedures without error to optimize your patient-specific surgical solution

3D Printed anatomical simulation models

3D Printed anatomical simulation models

We provide practical surgical training in a risk-free setting with 3D printed lifelike human anatomy. Utilizing standard or complex pathologies allows surgeons and trainees to enhance their skills before entering the OR

3D Printed patient specific anatomical models

3D Printed patient specific anatomical models

Our innovations and advanced materials allow us to achieve a lifelike feel and response when creating human anatomical models for surgical simulation. These models mimic human physiological conditions allowing you to simulate clinical interventions and observe their effectiveness prior to introducing them to patients.

3D Printed patient specific guides and tools

3D Printed patient specific guides and tools

Match the exact planned position and angle of intervention with the use of patient-specific 3D printed guides and tools prior to surgery and during surgery. Predictability increases confidence which increases the chances of better patient outcomes.

3D Printed patient specific implants

3D Printed patient specific implants

Custom patient implants are designed to fit the patient’s specific anatomy. This results in a shorter surgery, faster recovery time, better fit, less surrounding tissue damage and ultimately greater clinical results for the patient