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Axial3D has developed groundbreaking automated 3D imaging and printing offerings, using Artificial Intelligence, for surgeons which can dramatically advance the standards of surgical planning, diagnosis and treatment worldwide, particularly in the areas of neurosurgery, cardiac surgery, trauma and orthopedics. Surgeons using these solutions typically report a reduction of an average of 62 minutes time taken for critical surgeries, and an average reduction of the time of stay in the hospital by 18%.
Combining X-rays and 3D printing technology allows doctors to use scans of the patient to produce a virtual model of the area of interest. This model can then be printed according to lifelike dimensions and sizings. IDEX technology is particularly advantageous here, as the model can be printed in different materials, to replicate different parts of the body such as bones or tissue.