An Update on Orthopedic Applications Using 3-Dimensional Printing Technologies

Jaebum Son, Diana Sofía Herrera Valenzuela, María Camila Sacristán Gutiérrez, Paola Mariana Vargas Castellanos

Resumen


En este artículo se revisan las aplicaciones tecnológicas de la impresión tridimensional (3DP) en Ortopedia. La impresión 3D es el proceso de manufacturar para construir objetos tridimensionales a través de la acumulación de material, y recientemente está llamando la atención de profesionales médicos de forma significativa. La Ortopedia es probablemente la mayor área de aplicación de esta tecnología, y está siendo probada en diversos procedimientos, desde hacer planeación quirúrgica hasta manufacturar implantes para probar su utilidad. Sin embargo, esta tecnología no ha superado completamente los problemas que surgieron en la década de los noventa, estas limitaciones serán superadas eventualmente cuando la velocidad del desarrollo tecnológico sea considerada.


Palabras clave


Impresión 3D, Órtesis, Ortopedia, Planeación Quirúrgica, Prótesis.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.24050/19099762.n23.2018.1079

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