Scientists are developing a new direct method of printing implants

Scientists of the TSU Laboratory of Medical Materials Science, which includes staff from the university, ISPMS SB RAS, and the Cancer Research Institute, are working on creating a direct method for printing implants to replace lost bone fragments. The goal is to reduce the number of stages in the manufacture of prostheses, which will significantly accelerate the timing of their being ready for use. Along with this, scientists intend to make the structure of the material bimodal - this will improve the survival of implants and significantly improve the patients' chances of recovery.
The project is based in the StrAU Institute of Biomedicine of TSU and is supported by the Tomsk State University Academic D.I. Mendeleev Fund Program.
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