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Increasing Access to Medical Training With Three-Dimensional Printing: Creation of an Endotracheal Intubation Model

Increasing Access to Medical Training With Three-Dimensional Printing: Creation of an Endotracheal Intubation Model

Details on printing prototype 3 will be further discussed.Figure 1Left: prototype 1 (8.5x6x7.5 cm); right: prototype 2 (11x7.5x8.5 cm).Table 1Comparing 3-dimensional printing filaments.MaterialProsConsPolyethylene terephthalate glycol modifiedHighest durability

Lily Park, Steven Price-Williams, Alireza Jalali, Kashif Pirzada

JMIR Med Educ 2019;5(1):e12626

Design and Printing of a Low-Cost 3D-Printed Nasal Osteotomy Training Model: Development and Feasibility Study

Design and Printing of a Low-Cost 3D-Printed Nasal Osteotomy Training Model: Development and Feasibility Study

Due to the complexity of procedures and similarity of bones to 3D printing material, facial plastics and otolaryngology simulators have been widely explored.

Michelle Ho, Jared Goldfarb, Roxana Moayer, Uche Nwagu, Rohan Ganti, Howard Krein, Ryan Heffelfinger, Morgan Leigh Hutchinson

JMIR Med Educ 2020;6(2):e19792

Orthopedic Surgeons’ Perspectives on the Decision-Making Process for the Use of Bioprinter Cartilage Grafts: Web-Based Survey

Orthopedic Surgeons’ Perspectives on the Decision-Making Process for the Use of Bioprinter Cartilage Grafts: Web-Based Survey

printing (Table 2).Almost 70% of the surveyed participants reported that they have received information related to new medical applications and 3D printing via any medium.

Àngels Salvador Verges, Luis Fernández-Luque, Francesc López Seguí, Meltem Yildirim, Bertran Salvador-Mata, Francesc García Cuyàs

Interact J Med Res 2019;8(2):e14028

Perspectives of Orthopedic Surgeons on the Clinical Use of Bioprinted Cartilage: Qualitative Study

Perspectives of Orthopedic Surgeons on the Clinical Use of Bioprinted Cartilage: Qualitative Study

Currently, three-dimensional (3D) printing is used for several applications in the medical field, for example, in the printing of patient-specific osteotomy guides.

Àngels Salvador Verges, Luis Fernández-Luque, Meltem Yildirim, Bertran Salvador-Mata, Francesc Garcia Cuyàs

JMIR Biomed Eng 2019;4(1):e12148

The Tangibility of Personalized 3D-Printed Feedback May Enhance Youths’ Physical Activity Awareness, Goal Setting, and Motivation: Intervention Study

The Tangibility of Personalized 3D-Printed Feedback May Enhance Youths’ Physical Activity Awareness, Goal Setting, and Motivation: Intervention Study

A key point to this faded design is to increase the sustainability and real-world implementability of 3D-printing PA interventions by examining how the 3D models can be integrated into the everyday lives of youths to determine the success of deployment and

Sam Graeme Morgan Crossley, Melitta Anne McNarry, Parisa Eslambolchilar, Zoe Knowles, Kelly Alexandra Mackintosh

J Med Internet Res 2019;21(6):e12067

Understanding Youths’ Ability to Interpret 3D-Printed Physical Activity Data and Identify Associated Intensity Levels: Mixed-Methods Study

Understanding Youths’ Ability to Interpret 3D-Printed Physical Activity Data and Identify Associated Intensity Levels: Mixed-Methods Study

Indeed, Khot et al [45], investigated the use of an innovative visualization strategy involving 3D printing to create tangible physical activity data for adults, demonstrating that the visual and tactile nature of the data increased the user’s awareness and

Sam Graeme Morgan Crossley, Melitta Anne McNarry, Michael Rosenberg, Zoe R Knowles, Parisa Eslambolchilar, Kelly Alexandra Mackintosh

J Med Internet Res 2019;21(2):e11253

In-Home Rehabilitation Using a Smartphone App Coupled With 3D Printed Functional Objects: Single-Subject Design Study

In-Home Rehabilitation Using a Smartphone App Coupled With 3D Printed Functional Objects: Single-Subject Design Study

At the fourth laboratory visit, participants returned the 3D printed objects and completed the Systems Usability Scale (SUS) [30]. SUS allows for subjective assessment of perceived usability.

Jeanne Langan, Sutanuka Bhattacharjya, Heamchand Subryan, Wenyao Xu, Baicheng Chen, Zhengxiong Li, Lora Cavuoto

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2020;8(7):e19582

Leveraging Digital Technology to Overcome Barriers in the Prosthetic and Orthotic Industry: Evaluation of its Applicability and Use During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Leveraging Digital Technology to Overcome Barriers in the Prosthetic and Orthotic Industry: Evaluation of its Applicability and Use During the COVID-19 Pandemic

This process is more convenient and safer for the patient and faster for the P&O.The use of 3D printing is often touted as the next big transition for the industry [51]. Our results suggest its use is relatively low.

Trevor Binedell, Karupppasamy Subburaj, Yoko Wong, Lucienne T M Blessing

JMIR Rehabil Assist Technol 2020;7(2):e23827

A Novel Virtual Reality Medical Image Display System for Group Discussions of Congenital Heart Disease: Development and Usability Testing

A Novel Virtual Reality Medical Image Display System for Group Discussions of Congenital Heart Disease: Development and Usability Testing

Despite the advancements in interactive 3D displays, the interpretation of cardiac imaging often relies on individual physicians to use 2D images and mentally reconstructing 3D objects.Advances in medical imaging and additive technologies now allow for 3D printing

Byeol Kim, Yue-Hin Loke, Paige Mass, Matthew R Irwin, Conrad Capeland, Laura Olivieri, Axel Krieger

JMIR Cardio 2020;4(1):e20633