Webinar: RadioMatrix: Additive Manufacturing of Radiopaque Materials.
This webinar discusses the development of a 3D-printed radiopaque medical model of cerebral angiography for training and research. The model was printed on Stratasys' Digital Anatomy 3D Printer using RadioMatrix, a radiopaque 3D print material specifically designed for creating medical models to exhibit radio-realistic features under imaging modalities X-ray and CT.
For more information on this project, please contact Wayne Morton, Product Design Manager, CPI
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The webinar covers the following topics:
- The challenges of creating realistic and accurate models for cerebral angiography training and research
- How Stratasys RadioMatrix addresses these challenges
- The benefits of using a 3D-printed radiopaque medical model for cerebral angiography
- The collaboration between CPI and Beaumont Hospital to develop this groundbreaking use case.
- The outcomes of the project, including:Excellent accuracy and fidelity of the phantom head when subjected to various imaging modalities
- The phantom provided a reliable and cost-effective alternative to using real patients or phantoms of rigid geometric configurations for training and research purposes
Wayne Morton, Principal Mechanical Design Engineer — CPI
With a wealth of experience in design, product development, and intricate manufacturing techniques, Wayne Morton plays a pivotal role at CPI. His expertise lies in assisting companies to conceptualize and create medical, wearable, and in vitro diagnostic (IVD) devices.
Ruth Bridcut, Physicist at Beaumont Hospital
Bringing nearly a decade of expertise from the NHS and Irish hospitals, Ruth specializes in providing invaluable medical physics support across a spectrum of diagnostic imaging applications. Her proficiency spans general X‑ray imaging, Computed Tomography, MRI, and Interventional Radiology.