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21 February 2019

3D printing technologies march into the pharmaceutical industry

3D printing technologies march into the pharmaceutical industry

On August 5, 2015, the first prepared by Aprecia pharmaceuticals companies using 3D printing technology SPRITAM (Levetiracetam, Levetiracetam) instant film received United States food and Drug Administration (FDA) approval to market, and will be officially sold in 2016. This means that 3D printing after printing human organs further to the tygtpharmaceutical sector, accurate pharmaceutical, targeted drug for the future is of major importance. The listing of approved “Levetiracetam instant” Aprecia ABS 3D printers technology company independent intellectual property ggrdrights.
By 3D printing pharmaceutical pills produced internal has a wealth of holes, has a very high surface area, so it was quickly melting a small amount of water in a short time. Such characteristics to certain patients with swallowing disorder brought good news.
This vision focuses on patients ‘ demand for quantity, can effectively reduce drug stocks and a series of drug damp bad, out of date, and so on. In fact, 3D print the most important pharmaceutical breakthroughs is that it can be further tailored for the patient and drug dreams.Scientists for traditional 3D printing parts of the body, add a titanium sternal and chest print -3D chest.
These 3D printed parts of the lucky recipient is a 54 year old Spain, and he suffers from a chest wall tumor that tumors in bone, soft tissue and cartilage. Doctors had to remove the patient’s sternum and ribs, to stop the spread of cancer cells.
These parts need to find alternatives to removal, using metal plates under normal conditions will become loose over time, and lead to complications. Australia’s CSIRO has created a titanium sternum and ribs, and geometric structure in patients with perfectly.jhjjuddrhg
CSIRO company based on the patient’s CT scan design and manufacturing needs of the body parts. Staff will use CAD software to design a body part, enter in a 3D printer. Two weeks after the surgery, patients were allowed to leave the hospital, and all in good condition.