3D printing is a relatively new type of technology that allows for the literal creation of a 3D product based on the dimensions entered on a computer. It has assisted the technological and engineering industry in more ways than one can say, but it has also proven to be beneficial within the medical industry. Those who work in medical device manufacturing have found that 3D printers have been able to change lives and increase patient longevity. You can read more below about how these 3D medical devices will be the next big breakthrough in the healthcare industry, especially as their uses continue to grow.
The Coronavirus pandemic has presented before the world a crisis of the scale never observed before. Indeed, the depth and pace of disruption caused due to this health emergency is creating unparalleled challenges for economies and societies across the globe. This is especially explicit on the frontlines of healthcare delivery.
Healthcare is evolving in a lot of ways, and in some cases fairly rapidly. Within this evolution, a lot of the changes we’re seeing have to do with making patient care somewhat more flexible, and enabling professionals to help their patients outside of traditional settings. And to be clear, this is a positive change that was in effect in numerous ways before the COVID-19 pandemic.