ANATOMICAL MODELS

Accuracy and safety are essential elements in medical procedures and, in recent years, the advancement of technology has contributed to optimize these factors.

The anatomical models developed by BioArchitects are three-dimensional replicas reliable to within submillimeter accuracy, derived from the radiological examination (CT, MRI or ultrasound).

Each model is unique as it faithfully represents, in detail, the pathology of the surgical patient, as well as its actual dimensions.

Accuracy and safety are essential elements in medical procedures and, in recent years, the advancement of technology has contributed to optimize these factors.

The anatomical models developed by BioArchitects are three-dimensional replicas reliable to within submillimeter accuracy, derived from the radiological examination (CT, MRI or ultrasound).

Each model is unique as it faithfully represents, in detail, the pathology of the surgical patient, as well as its actual dimensions.

Accuracy and safety are essential elements in medical procedures and, in recent years, the advancement of technology has contributed to optimize these factors.

The anatomical models developed by BioArchitects are three-dimensional replicas reliable to within submillimeter accuracy, derived from the radiological examination (CT, MRI or ultrasound).

Each model is unique as it faithfully represents, in detail, the pathology of the surgical patient, as well as its actual dimensions.

INDICATION

Anatomical models are indicated for the purpose of optimizing surgical planning, allowing the physician to simulate and plan their intraoperative approach – determining the best means of access, most suitable materials and the methods appropriate to the anatomy of the patient. In addition, the models facilitate interdisciplinary discussions between medical specialities, enabling joint planning to minimize complications and optimize outcomes. The models also play an important role in patient education, providing information and clarity regarding the procedure to be performed. And they are also extremely useful as visual aids in the presentation of various pathologies in physician and nurse training, providing a high degree of realism.

Surgical Planning

A case study making use of anatomical planning models allows for more precise measurement and optimization of materials to be used, such as the appropriate tools to fit the patient anatomy.

Teaching and Research

Anatomic models are efficient tools for teaching a wide range of specialties in medicine and nursing schools, providing realism and comprehension to students.

Discussions among specialties

With a physical model in-hand prior to surgery, physicians of different specialties can simulate a procedure in order to evaluate the best clinical approach, based on each individual’s anatomical uniqueness, avoiding possible complications.

Patient Education

Models can be used to support the communication between the physician and patient and to illustrate pathology and possible clinical approaches.

Reduction of surgical time

Pior planning enables the surgeon to anticipate a number of operating steps, with the use of customized implants constructed of materials appropriate to each case. The patient benefits through reduced exposure to anesthesia and potential for infection.

HOW ANATOMIC MODELS ARE MADE

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