Imaging & Diagnosis
In the beginning, a Computed Tomography Scan(CT) or Magnetic resonance imaging(MRI) scanning of the patient is processed to get damaged or deformed bone(s). After the reception of CT at our premises, we create a 3D model of the bone based on CT.
Bioengineers and medical engineers propose several variations of models of implants based on computer tomography within three days. Working closely with the surgeons, we select the best option for prototyping.
We print a plastic implant when the model is ready. Having physical samples helps to understand whether the implant fits well or requires additional modifications for subsequent intraoperative use. Indeed, it also helps to plan the surgery and find better solutions. If the plastic model of the implant fits well with the receptive bone model, then a titanium implant is printed.
We print metallic implants with Medical-graded titanium (Ti64 grade 5 or ELI). Unlike a standard implant that needs to be bent and cut to fit damaged bone, our 3D-printed customized implants precisely fit the reconstruction part. These 3D-printed titanium implants are lightweight, have admirable strength, and have excellent biocompatibility.
News and events
The exhibition will be held from February 20 to February 24 in Abu Dhabi, the capital of the UAE.
Considering the importance of this event, the Ministry intends to exhibit a combined booth with Armenian sector enterprises focused on the defense and armaments domain.
In addition to those companies, other high-tech companies targeting those sectors can also participate in this exhibition.
The Ministry of High-Tech Industry of the Republic of Armenia invited AIP Scientific to attend this event and exhibit 3D-printed patient-specific implants (PSI) prototypes.