Post Profile

Scientists fix fractures with 3D-printed synthetic bone

LONDON (Reuters) - Scientists in the United States have successfully treated broken spines and skulls in animals using 3D-printed synthetic bone, opening the possibility of future personalized bone implants for humans to fix dental, spinal other bone injuries.
read more


Related Posts

Lab-Grown Bones Were Just Successfully Implanted

Academics / General Science : Science & Health from Newser

For the first time, scientists have successfully implanted living bone grown in a laboratory, Live Science reports. And while those implants were in miniature pigs, not humans, it's pretty impressive nonetheless. Scientists removed ...

Better survival of implanted cells improves healing of bone fractures

Academics / General Science : Science Codex

To treat a complicated, non-healing bone defect, surgeons often use an implant with living cells to promote bone repair, but the implanted cells have a small chance of surviving because they are not prepared for a lack of oxygen and...

Synthetic bones printed in the lab

Academics / General Science : TG Daily - General Sciences

MiIT researchers have developed a way of printing synthetic bones using a 3D printer in combination with two synthetic polymers that combine to give the same fracture behavior as bones. read more

Discovery uses 'fracture putty' to repair broken bone in days

Academics / General Science : ScienceDaily: Science Society

Broken bones in humans and animals are painful and often take months to heal. New research shows promise to shorten healing time significantly and revolutionize the course of fracture treatment.

Interior Architecture, Veterinary Medicine Using 3-D Printing to Help Treat Animal Patients

Health : Newswise Medical News

A research project by a Kansas State University interior architecture & product design student is using 3-D printing on bone fractures in animals.


Copyright © 2016 Regator, LLC