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Spinal Surgery Outcomes Improve with New 3D Printed Models and Tools
Case Study: HP partners with Mighty Oak Medical
June 30, 2023
1 Min Read
Mighty Oak, a medical device development company specializing in creating and commercializing spinal technologies, has partnered with HP for 3D printed healthcare applications, produced using HP's Jet Fusion 5200 3D printers. The company now creates precise, 3D-printed bone models that are sterilizable, helping surgeons to gain a comprehensive understanding of the unique anatomy of each patient. This also has led to patient-specific guides for pedicle screw placement guides for greater accuracy, a critical component of spinal fusion procedures.
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