The application of three-dimensional printing technology in anaesthesia: a systematic review
AuthorChao, I; Young, J; Coles-Black, J; Chuen, J; Weinberg, L; Rachbuch, C
AffiliationEducation Unit, MDHS
Medicine (Austin & Northern Health)
Document TypeJournal Article
CitationsChao, I., Young, J., Coles-Black, J., Chuen, J., Weinberg, L. & Rachbuch, C. (2017). The application of three-dimensional printing technology in anaesthesia: a systematic review. ANAESTHESIA, 72 (5), pp.641-650. https://doi.org/10.1111/anae.13812.
Access StatusOpen Access
FUNDERNAMEID Grant codeFUNDERNAMEID/Austin Medical Research Foundation
Submitted version has the title: The application of three-dimensional (3D) printing technology for anaesthesia: a narrative review
Three-dimensional printing has rapidly become an easily accessible, innovative and versatile technology, with a vast range of applications across a wide range of industries. There has been a recent emergence in the scientific literature relating to its potential application across a multitude of fields within medicine and surgery; however, its use within anaesthesia has yet to be formally explored. We undertook a systematic review using MEDLINE and EMBASE databases of three-dimensional printing in anaesthesia. We identified eight relevant articles. Due to the paucity of studies, we also completed a narrative review of the applications of three-dimensional printing pertinent to anaesthetic practice that our department are currently exploring, and suggest potential future uses for this technology relevant to our speciality.
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