Development of 3D Printed Ophthalmic Tissue for Surgical Training
Technical Report,21 Feb 2017,20 Feb 2020
The Geneva Foundation Tacoma United States
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The main focus of this effort is to develop a platform of 3D printed tissues with intrinsic motion tracking for application in ophthalmic surgical training programs utilizing three state-of-the-art construction methods electrospinning, 3D bioprinting and BioLP laser induced cell and particle transfer. The proposed simulation training system would combine the strengths of both mechanical and virtual models a mechanical tissue with a three-dimensional nano- and micro-structure built to the specific known parameters of human tissues with embedded sensors to track tissue manipulation and localized stress and strain during procedures.
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