Transforming the practice of medicine by enabling clinicians to visualize and experience human anatomy in three-dimensional form with unparalleled realism, accuracy, and clinical usability.All Services
We create dynamic 3D models with enhanced realism to mimic the characteristics of human tissue and function.
In addition, we work in partnership with surgical teams to design customized planning tools and devices. Our suite of products gives physicians better tools to take better care of their patients.
Marrying the art of digital simulation, the science of anatomy, and the practice of medicine, our technology equips physicians and healthcare providers-in-training with:
DASH is currently working with Predictive Healthcare to train their MyHealthPal™ AI-based wound monitoring technology. Life-like 3D printed wound samples represent the various stages of the healing process, while also including size and color variations that better match the patient population. DASH uses clinical images to create the wound models and advanced 3D modeling techniques to create shape and color...Read More
Dermoid cysts is an encapsulated tissue growth that appears under the skin of the patient, in an unexpected location. Dermoid cysts usually contain a greasy yellow material, but bone, hair, nerves, skin, sweat glands, and teeth can also be found within cysts. Dermoid cysts are removed through surgery. The most common type of cysts are periorbital dermoid cysts¹. In partnership...Read More
Left Atrial Appendages (LAA) are small sacs in the muscle wall of the left atrium. While the presence of an LAA does not affect the proper function of the heart, studies have shown that most left atrium clots are formed in the LAA. The pouch-like structure of LAAs allows blood to pool and form clots. With each heartbeat, blood clots...Read More
Ventricular tachycardia in congenital heart Ventricular tachycardia (VT) can be treated by ablating regions of the heart where electrical conduction is abnormal. In some instances, abnormal conduction can be the result of scar tissue associated with previous surgical procedures. An Orlando Health patient born with a ventricular septal defect (VSD), repaired within his first year of life, needed ablation to...Read More
Physicians bring us their most challenging problems. A patient needs a life-saving procedure: a complex tumor resection, an in-utero spina bifida repair, or a complex congenital heart defect repair. Standard two-dimensional imaging used for surgical planning may not provide all the information they need.
We create an exact 3D replica of their patient, accurate to 0.1 mm of what is inside the patient’s body. Clinicians can hold the model, look at it from all angles, and plan their surgical approach accordingly.
Better tools for surgical planning facilitates:
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