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3D BIOPRINTING

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Marie Enriquez

on 6 January 2014

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Transcript of 3D BIOPRINTING

What has been achieved so far?
2009
HISTORY
1984
Charles Hull
1996
Dr. Gabor Forgacs
2000
first human patients
2003
Thomas Boland
2004
Dr. Gabor Forgacs
2009
Organovo
2009-2010
Organovo
2011
Organovo
Nerve Guides
2010
Blood Vessel
2011
Cardiac Sheet
2012
Lung Tissue
HOW?
How does the technology work?
How does it mature?
Pros
and cons?
Pros
:
Cons:
No DNA Rejection
Eliminates Immunosuppresant drugs
Eliminates organ donation
Lessen patient's waiting time
Expensive to both medical institutions and patients
Conflicts with moralities, cultural and religious beliefs
Future Recommendations?
Thank you for listening!
Reporters:
Marie Eloise N. Enriquez
Ariel Caingles
Yuri Emman Diez
Applications?
Prints human organs
Prints bones, ears, eyes and other body parts
Prints skin on patients
Prints organs with tumours
Prints organs for drug test
Children's Hospital in Boston
TED talk
University College in London
Washington State University
Printing of full functional organs will already be achieved in the near future.
In the case of the group of researchers in Washington State University, however, they believe that doctors will soon be able to produce 3D bones to replace bones with defects, to treat patients with osteoporosis and to use in dental procedures.
"A wide medical application with a higher success rate is expected for the years to come with this technology."
3D BIOPRINTING
What is 3D Bioprinting?
BIOLOGY + 3D Printing

To create simple tissues and pieces of organs for implant

Continues to help create small-scale tissues for drug discovery and toxicity testing.
Faster printing time
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