Masterclass:       Biomedical applications of       Additive Manufacturing Practical case study 3: Veterinary case studies...
   AIMME’s mission   AIMME’s biomedical activities   Veterinary case studies     • Case of « Argos »     • Case of « Fi...
AIMME’s mission                                            Foster and improve the competitivity of metal                  ...
AIMME’s biomedical activitiesBased on extensive expertise and know how with additive technologies, inparticular metal proc...
AIMME’s biomedical activities                                                                             …Masterclass: Bi...
Veterinary case studies collaboration                                                                                     ...
1. Case of “Argos”Argos is an 8-month Bordeaux Mastiff of 50kg. He was diagnosed a bilateral hipdysplasia with grade I pat...
1. Case of “Argos”Initially, the surgeonperformed a triplepelvis osteotomy onthe right side using astandard commercialplat...
1. Case of “Argos”The proposedmeasure was toincrease the size ofthe screws from M3.5to M4.5. Masterclass: Biomedical appli...
1. Case of “Argos”In order to prevent risks of screw loosening, the surgeon sought for a more feasiblesolution for the lef...
1. Case of “Argos”As expected, therevision revealedthat the screws onthe     right  hip(commercial plate)started to migrat...
2. Case of “Fito”Fito:- German sheppard- 4-years old- 40kg.He was hit by a carand suffereda multiple diaphysalfracture   w...
2. Case of “Fito”                                                    • The bone fracture was repaired with a              ...
2. Case of “Fito”                                               • The drawback appeared after only 3                      ...
2. Case of “Fito”Masterclass: Biomedical applications of Additive Manufacturing   Organized by SIRRIS the 12th of March 20...
2. Case of “Fito”                                                        • The operation was successful.                  ...
3. Case of “Baby”• Baby is a 3-year old Yorkshire Terrier.• Abandoned and found by pro-animal activists in a difficult hea...
3. Case of “Baby”Masterclass: Biomedical applications of Additive Manufacturing   Organized by SIRRIS the 12th of March 20...
3. Case of “Baby”Masterclass: Biomedical applications of Additive Manufacturing   Organized by SIRRIS the 12th of March 20...
3. Case of “Baby”Implanted into the patient Masterclass: Biomedical applications of Additive Manufacturing   Organized by ...
Short                     video (6mins)Masterclass: Biomedical applications of Additive Manufacturing   Organized by SIRR...
Thanks                           for your attention!Masterclass: Biomedical applications of Additive Manufacturing   Orga...
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Additive manufacturing (AM) offers a few major benefits to biomedical applications. To improve the knowledge on AM possibilities, Sirris is organizing two different masterclasses. The first will address the technology, materials used and applications, with experts in the matter explaining all relevant aspects.

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  1. 1. Masterclass: Biomedical applications of Additive Manufacturing Practical case study 3: Veterinary case studies –successful AM manufactured bone replacements
  2. 2.  AIMME’s mission AIMME’s biomedical activities Veterinary case studies • Case of « Argos » • Case of « Fito » • Case of « Baby »  Including a short videoMasterclass: Biomedical applications of Additive Manufacturing Organized by SIRRIS the 12th of March 2013 2
  3. 3. AIMME’s mission Foster and improve the competitivity of metal working SMEs through R&D and technology transfer.  Development of R&D projects  Advanced technological services  Testing and laboratory analysis  Foster technological education of SMEs  Recompiling and dissemination of novelties, news and advances of interest for the metal working sector Laboratories for surface treatment, corrosion, Design, prototyping, mech testing, chem Chemical & management, CE testing, etc. marking, etc. Advanced environmental manufacturing technologies processesMasterclass: Biomedical applications of Additive Manufacturing Organized by SIRRIS the 12th of March 2013 3
  4. 4. AIMME’s biomedical activitiesBased on extensive expertise and know how with additive technologies, inparticular metal processing ALMConsists in:• development of new materials to be processed on existing systems• improvement of technology for improved biomedical performance• development of new ideas and concepts for high value added medical devices• development of new bussiness models for medical device supply chain• technical advice and DFM for ALM technologies Masterclass: Biomedical applications of Additive Manufacturing Organized by SIRRIS the 12th of March 2013 4
  5. 5. AIMME’s biomedical activities …Masterclass: Biomedical applications of Additive Manufacturing Organized by SIRRIS the 12th of March 2013 5
  6. 6. Veterinary case studies collaboration Biomedical design Numerical modeling Medical treatment CT imaging Surgical intervention Postoperatory care Design for manufacturing EBM expertise Implant fabricationMasterclass: Biomedical applications of Additive Manufacturing Organized by SIRRIS the 12th of March 2013 6
  7. 7. 1. Case of “Argos”Argos is an 8-month Bordeaux Mastiff of 50kg. He was diagnosed a bilateral hipdysplasia with grade I patella luxation in the right knee.Masterclass: Biomedical applications of Additive Manufacturing Organized by SIRRIS the 12th of March 2013 7
  8. 8. 1. Case of “Argos”Initially, the surgeonperformed a triplepelvis osteotomy onthe right side using astandard commercialplate.Only 3 days after thesurgical intervention,during the firstcontrol, a looseningof fixation screws wasdetected. Masterclass: Biomedical applications of Additive Manufacturing Organized by SIRRIS the 12th of March 2013 8
  9. 9. 1. Case of “Argos”The proposedmeasure was toincrease the size ofthe screws from M3.5to M4.5. Masterclass: Biomedical applications of Additive Manufacturing Organized by SIRRIS the 12th of March 2013 9
  10. 10. 1. Case of “Argos”In order to prevent risks of screw loosening, the surgeon sought for a more feasiblesolution for the left hip side - a customized plate made on EBM Masterclass: Biomedical applications of Additive Manufacturing Organized by SIRRIS the 12th of March 2013 10
  11. 11. 1. Case of “Argos”As expected, therevision revealedthat the screws onthe right hip(commercial plate)started to migrateagainwhile the screwson the left hipcustomized plate)stood as tight asafter theintervention. Masterclass: Biomedical applications of Additive Manufacturing Organized by SIRRIS the 12th of March 2013 11
  12. 12. 2. Case of “Fito”Fito:- German sheppard- 4-years old- 40kg.He was hit by a carand suffereda multiple diaphysalfracture with bigbone splinters. Masterclass: Biomedical applications of Additive Manufacturing Organized by SIRRIS the 12th of March 2013 12
  13. 13. 2. Case of “Fito” • The bone fracture was repaired with a standard titanium plate and 12 screws of M3.5. • During the intervention, the surgeon noticed that the plate had to be modified by hand to fit the damaged zone. • Surgeon was modeling the plate with a pair of surgical pliers, and verifying visually that the plate was fitting properly.Masterclass: Biomedical applications of Additive Manufacturing Organized by SIRRIS the 12th of March 2013 13
  14. 14. 2. Case of “Fito” • The drawback appeared after only 3 days. • Fito started to limp severely. • An angular deformation in the femoral zone was detected. • The plate suffered a fracture and completely lost its functionality.Masterclass: Biomedical applications of Additive Manufacturing Organized by SIRRIS the 12th of March 2013 14
  15. 15. 2. Case of “Fito”Masterclass: Biomedical applications of Additive Manufacturing Organized by SIRRIS the 12th of March 2013 15
  16. 16. 2. Case of “Fito” • The operation was successful. • According to the last news Fito has a normal functionality in the injured leg. • Unfortunately, postoperatory images were never received.Masterclass: Biomedical applications of Additive Manufacturing Organized by SIRRIS the 12th of March 2013 16
  17. 17. 3. Case of “Baby”• Baby is a 3-year old Yorkshire Terrier.• Abandoned and found by pro-animal activists in a difficult health conditions.• Admitted in December 2009 presenting a radius-cubital diaphysal oblicuousfracture with severe loss of radiographic density due to osteoporosis anddisuse of the leg in question.• Approx. 20-25% of radius-cubital length had been lost.• A challenging experimental case with few chances of success• No commercially available plate of this size and capable of beingadapted to the damaged zone• The surgeon and CIMA researchers decided to design a customizedtitanium plate.Masterclass: Biomedical applications of Additive Manufacturing Organized by SIRRIS the 12th of March 2013 17
  18. 18. 3. Case of “Baby”Masterclass: Biomedical applications of Additive Manufacturing Organized by SIRRIS the 12th of March 2013 18
  19. 19. 3. Case of “Baby”Masterclass: Biomedical applications of Additive Manufacturing Organized by SIRRIS the 12th of March 2013 19
  20. 20. 3. Case of “Baby”Implanted into the patient Masterclass: Biomedical applications of Additive Manufacturing Organized by SIRRIS the 12th of March 2013 20
  21. 21. Short video (6mins)Masterclass: Biomedical applications of Additive Manufacturing Organized by SIRRIS the 12th of March 2013 21
  22. 22. Thanks for your attention!Masterclass: Biomedical applications of Additive Manufacturing Organized by SIRRIS the 12th of March 2013 22
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