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  1. 1. Objective and observed NecessitiesObjective: Be one of the leaders in the market of the production of osseous tissue replica and/or soft parts, and the production of implants of customized osseous tissue, from Computerized Axial Tomographies, X-rays film or MRI Action Areas: 1ª.- The development of techniques in the preparation and study of surgical operations, which allow the surgeons, by using biomodels, made by techniques of Rapid Prototyping, to improve surgery, reducing surgery time. 2ª.- The decrease in the number of further operations and their duration due to the manufacturing of customized implants (Biocompatible materials), and to the use of Rapid Prototyping techniques which enable the surgeon to set implants as soon as possible 3ª.- the development of new bioactive technologies in the manufacturing of implants, which strengthen the osteointegration of the bone with the implant.
  2. 2. Osteomodel products Replica Stage I: Getting physical Replicas in 3D, within a maximum of 2 weeks, of tissue, osseous or soft, or acombination of both, so that the doctor can: a) Have a precise idea of the condition of the patient. b) Plan the appropriate surgical intervention. c) undertake the intervention. Patient with adenoblastoma in Treatment of the image to Model of Rapid the mandible identify the affected part. Prototyping to plan appropriate intervention.
  3. 3. Osteomodel Products Biocompatible, not bioactive implants Stage II: Utilising the same technique used to produce replicas, with the same deadlines, we produceimplants with biocompatible and implantable material. This enables: a) to obtain personalized implants according to the need of the patient. b) The abolition of parallel interventions to obtain osseous fragments. c) A reduction in the time of intervention and of the patient recovery time. Biocompatible and Bioactive Implants, Stage III: This is based on the same principle, but we include bioactive components (e.g. mother cells,etc.) which allow integration, with a more effective and faster cure. 3D Model taken fromPatient with cranio Plastic Patient after the medical imageencephalic trauma surgery. (e.g. CAT or MRI,…) cranioplasty
  4. 4. The production stagesThe production process:Stage IFrom the CAT, resonances, etc., the hospital sends a 3D model on a magnetic support forfurther treatment by Osteomodel We use a specific protocol for the production of thesefiles for the radiologists.Sending the CD or the files to Osteomodel ftp site (osteomodel@ftp.nextvision.pt)Data processing of the gathered images, for their transformation into a cloud of dots (3Dimage, STL format ), which will be utilised by the manufacturing system. (SW: Mimics)Introduction of the treated images into the production system, for the manufacture of thereplicas by stereolithography (SLA of 3D System), plastic sintering (SLS) and othertechnologies (Objet).Stages II and IIIFrom the image transformed into cloud of dots, we obtain the negative of the osseous zone totreat (SW: 3-Matics) By transmitting the information to the machine, we will obtain a firstplastic implant for the surgeon to test with the replica produced before. (The points of fixingwill be thus determined, if necessary, by the surgeon)After the surgeon has checked the implant manufactured beforehand with the counterpart, wewill proceed to the manufacture of the final implant (with a biological load (Stage III) or not(Stage II)). (Metal Sintering or machining (Titanium or Peek)).
  5. 5. The production stagesDigitalisation of the medical image in 2D Process of image and obtaining a model in 3D and/or process of engineering Results : Physical replica and/or implant Manufacture of models
  6. 6. Stage IStage I : Reproduction of Osseous Models CAT Images CD/DVD-FTP Treatment of the DICOM files (CAT) STL Stereolithographic Model
  7. 7. CAT ProtocolTechnique CT for Stereolithography Gantry tilt: 0º. Helical technique with acquisition of 0.626 mm. Reconstruction from 0.625 to 1 mm. thickness. Overlapping of 30-50% between the images Reconstruction Kernel of soft parts (approx. 40). Recording of the whole of images on CD-DVD format DICOM 3.0
  8. 8. CAT ProtocolFor a perfect result and definition of the teeth, it ispreferable to use I-Cat scan
  9. 9. Potential customersC. Maxillo-facial and/or C. Plastic Orthognatic surgery, Reconstructive surgery TraumatismsNeurosurgery Skull Bases TumoursTraumatisms (Knee), Otorhinos, Ophtalmologist (Orbit), Hepatologist
  10. 10. Application Examples MAXILLOFACIALModels for Orthognathic Surgery Biomaterials Models Models for Reconstruction Surgery Maxillary Model Implantology
  11. 11. Application ExamplesSKULL BASE TUMOR Tumor Resection Planning
  12. 12. Application ExamplesNEUROSURGERY Plasties Cranial Extent PMMA Spine Surgery Planning
  13. 13. Application Examples HEPATICModel for Diagnosis, Planning, teaching patient Communication
  14. 14. Application ExamplesEAR PROSTHESIS Implant with bar Silicone prosthesis
  15. 15. Application ExamplesBURNS SPLINT CAD model Splint by thermoforming
  16. 16. Example of usein Maxillo-facial orthognatic surgery Orthognatic surgery of jawbone and lifting of three parts The model osteosynthesis plates are prepared 4 hours duration
  17. 17. Example of usein Maxillo-facial orthognatic surgery
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  27. 27. The advantages of preleminary orthognatic surgery Real observation of the patient’s condition Preparation of the patient’s osteotomy with the plates modeling ready to be implanted in the operating room. The model can be sterilized by Steris gas Simulation of the real movements of the mandible through the observation of the points of impact. The points of impact are laid down before. Aesthetic simulation with the change of the oclusal plan. Reduction in the post surgery interventions
  28. 28. Example of the use inMaxillo-facial Reconstructive surgery
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  39. 39. The advantages of the preliminary Reconstructive surgery Observation of the real patient’s condition Preparation of the patient’s osteotomy with the plates modeling ready to be implanted in the operating room. Simulation of the real movements of the mandible by the observation of the points of impact. The points of impact are laid down before. Aesthetic simulation with the change of the oclusal plan. Reduction of the post surgery interventions.
  40. 40. The advantages of the preliminary Reconstructive surgery Withdrawal of the fibula, necessary for the mandible. (It used as model in operating room) Sterilization of the models to use them as guides in the real surgery.

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