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Orthopaedic & Surgical Simulation

Current updates with 3D PRINTING in Orthopedic & Surgical Simulation

23/04/2016
Dr Ram Chaddha, President, Association of Spine Surgeon interview in 3DPW Online TV
Dr Deepak interview in the 3D Printing World Online TV
Dr. Rupesh Ghyar, Betic, IIT Bombay in an interview for - 3D Printing World TV

The Healthcare is expected to be one of the fastest-growing sectors within the overall market, expanding at a compound annual growth rate of 20-25 percent over the next half-decade by experts. The technology already has made an indelible impact on the industry where 3-D printers have created prosthetic limbs for amputees, new faces for trauma victims, and practice models & actual orthopedic implant for surgeons. And with the right computer software, the right materials and a little old-fashioned imagination, 3-D printers can make just about anything.

3D PRINTING WORLD – THINK BOARD Orthopedic & Surgical Simulation is the event we propose to discuss the opportunity of the technology for Orthopedic surgery and knee replacement where the 3D printers not only help in creating an orthopedic implant tailor-made to fit the patient's unique socket, but also how it can make tools at just the right size or angle to ensure that the doctors can get the perfect fit. So now it is as simple to buy and make the right fitted knee implant, which can be tailor, made for a perfect fit.

Until the advent of 3-D printing, orthopedic surgeons had to choose knee implants from an array of pre-made prostheses of varying sizes. Surgeons looked for the closest match, then set about cutting and scraping in the operating room until it all came together. Then after a little press fitting and gluing they sewed you up.

The beauty of a 3-D prosthesis is that it conforms in terms of size and shape to what's already there. That means there's a lot less cutting needed to achieve the proper fit.

The process of 3-D printing, or additive printing, applies successive layers of material in different shapes to make a three-dimensional solid object from a digital model. For the implants, the material used is titanium, a special metal that has been used for orthopedic implants for decades. However, the shapes of the 3-D products are much different than earlier models.

Orthopedic implants are artificial devices incorporated into joints and bones to restore normal functions, such as spine implants to help anchor the spine, or hip replacements. They are widely used for patients suffering from bone damage caused by injury or disease, such as osteoarthritis, which causes pain and stiffness in joints. Due to the limits of traditional engineering methods, the shapes of orthopedic implants used conventionally in regular way are usually geometric patterns and, as a result, cannot attach to bones firmly without additional cement, screws or fixing plates. But 3-D printing can virtually produce implants in any shape, as long as the computer that controls the printer has a digital model to follow. Thus, such implants match better with the bones around them than traditional ones.

Also, through tiny pores made in the new implants, bones are able to grow into the implants, securing the implant. Researchers have also used a 3D printer to create a bone-like material that could be used to create customized scaffolds to stimulate the growth of replacement bone tissue this would allow customized scaffolds to be produced for new bone to grow on in orthopedic procedures and to deliver medicine for treating osteoporosis. So in all this aspect, 3-D printed implants are more efficient & reliable than traditional ones.

Trinity Media & Marketing Solutions a company promoting new and innovative technologies have identified the potential of 3D Printing to formulate the first 3D PRINTING WORLD consortium for all the sectors. And the effort is also to promote and share this technology with the fraternity of orthopedic surgeons who will benefit from this DIGITAL MANUFACTURING of custom implants a GAME CHANGING technology for the future.

Topics of interest in the 3D Printing World – Think Board Orthopedic & Surgical Simulation.

  • 3D Printers
  • Scanners and scanning tools
  • Materials
  • Software and Modelling tools
  • Latest trends in 3D printing – Automobiles & Engineering Tool Design.
  • Customization of Models and actual implants as per requirement for better efficiency, speed & reliability.

The event will be deliberated on key points and some Questions to be answered –

  • How is the orthopedic industry utilizing 3-D printing technology?
  • What advantages does the technology provide to orthopedic implants? Are there any disadvantages associated with 3-D printing orthopedic implants?
  • Are there specific sectors within the orthopedic arena (shoulders, extremities, hips, knees, trauma, etc.) that are better suited to 3-D implants? What makes these sectors better candidates?
  • What kinds of regulatory concerns exist with 3-D printed orthopedic implants?
  • What factors must manufacturers or designers take into account when creating a 3-D-printed implant?
  • Does 3-D printing technology have the potential to revolutionize the orthopedic industry? If so, how?

Event Flow

Time Program
12.45pm-01.30pm Lunch & Networking
01.30pm-02.00pm Registration & Networking
02.00pm-02.05pm Welcome address by the Organizer –TMMS
02.05pm-02.10pm Inauguration by Chief Guest
02.10pm-02.15pm Welcome address by the Presenting Partner
02.15pm-03.15pm First Session -Orthopedic & Surgical Simulation advancement through 3D printing - Technology of the Future.
Dr. Vaibhav Bagaria : Limitation & Future Prospects of 3D Printing in Orthopaedics
Dr. A. M Kuthe : “Bioplotter” Perfect Amalgamation of Medical Science & Engineering
Dr. Ram Chaddha : will be uploaded soon.
Dr. Deepak Jagiasibava: Regulatory considerations in the design & manufacturing of Implantable 3D Printed medical devices.
Dr. Rupesh Ghyar : Medical Device Innovation.
Dr. B Ravi : will be uploaded soon.
03.15pm– 03.30pm Q & A
03.30pm– 04.00pm Tea/ Coffee & Networking
04.00pm- 05.00pm Work Shop on Orthopedics & Surgical simulations
Dr. Deodatta Daulat Gosavi :3D Printing Process - Scan,Plan & Print.
05.00pm- 05.15pm Q & A
05.15pm- 05.30pm Closing & Networking

Event Date :23rd April , 2016

Event Venue: Hyatt Regency, Near International Airport, Mumbai

Who should attend ?
Orthopedic Surgeons, Bone Specialist, Osteoporosis specialist, 3D Printing Manufacturing experts, R & D Institutes, Equipment cos, Software cos. & Scanners.

3DPW THINK BOARD – SPEAKERS

Dr.Ram Chaddha

President of the Association of Spine Surgeons of India and the Immediate Past President of the Bombay Orthopaedic Society.
His Area Of Interest
• Managementof Complex Spine Ailments
• Non-SurgicalCare of the Back
• MinimallyInvasive Spine Surgery
• Degenerative,Infective, Traumatic, Neoplastic Spine ComplexSpine Deformity Surgery

His Key Achievements
• Secretary & Treasurer of Association of Spine Surgeons of India
• Prof. & Head of Dept.of Orthopaedics,K.J. Somaiya Medical College & Hospital,
• Past- Vice President & Secretary,Bombay Orthopaedic Society
• Won various awards,medals,scholarships nationally as well as Internationally Undergone various International Fellowships

Dr Vaibhav Bagaria

MBBS, MS, FCPS, Dip SICOT (Belgium), Fellow Orthopedic Surgeon: USA, Australia, Germany Senior Orthopaedic Surgeon, Sir HN Reliance Foundation Hospital, Mumbai Email: drbagaria@gmail.com

Dr Vaibhav Bagaria is currently working as a senior consultant joint replacement and sports injury surgeon at the Sir HN Reliance Foundation Hospital, Mumbai, India. He did his post graduation (MS) in Orthopaedics from the prestigious KEM Hospital, Mumbai after completing his MBBS from Govt. Medical College (GMC), Nagpur during which he received three gold medals. He then worked at Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, USA for a year during which he also received two international awards and diploma from SICOT, Belgium. He then undertook fellowship in advanced joint replacement and adult reconstruction in Germany and later at Perth, Adelaide & Melbourne in Australia. He is the first Indian to top the international Diploma SICOT exam.

He has received many national and international awards. His name has been included in the current years Marquis Who's who for achievements in his field. He was chosen to solely represent the medical community in the Beijing Olympic torch relay held in India in 2008. He is also the recipient of the prestigious Korean award and Lester Lowe award at World Orthopedic congress held at Istanbul 2005. He is serving on the editorial board of many journals and has also authored many papers in national and international journals and has written many books and book chapters.

Dr Bagaria having worked with all latest technologies at different centers of excellence in the world in last 12 years of his orthopedic career is a perfect mix of youth and experience. He is proficient in performing most orthopedic surgery with a special interest in Hip and Knee replacement procedures. He has special training in Hip and knee revision procedures, Hip resurfacing and Unicondylar knee replacements. He is well versed with latest technology in the field especially Minimally Invasive Surgery (MIS), Computer Navigated Surgery (CAS) and patient specific instrumentation. He started the work integrating rapid prototyping and orthopaedic surgery in the year 2006 and has developed some unique protocols and algorithms helping seamless integration. Considered a pioneer in the sector, he has deployed the technology in more than 30 operative cases. In order to ensure that the benefits of the technology reaches to maximum patients, he helped launch a genre of the products called as 3D Patient Optimised Surgical Tools or 3D POST. His work in medical rapid prototyping is one of the first in the country and he aims to full fill his long cherished dream of transforming lives through the technology.

Dr. Deepak Jagiasibava.

Dr. Deepak Jagiasibava. CCD, a sought-after speaker. He is regularly quoted and featured in Health-cover story in Newspapers. He serves as CEO of Bone Enterprises, Mumbai, a bone health facility specifically designed to address a range of most medical requirements in the field of Osteoporosis Management.

In his role as CEO, he is responsible for overseeing Bone Enterprises overall strategy and effective operation in various hospitals, including directly managing the hospital’s Patient Experience and Strategy & Business Development programs. He leads the organization to deliver on key promises: bringing quality care; providing alternatives to patients. His leadership emphasizes Bone Enterprises’ core values of patient-centered care and patient experience, allowing Bone Enterprises a leverage the latest innovations in the Bone health technology domain.

He joined Bone Enterprises Mumbai in 2011 after 15 years with Vashi Diagnostic Centre PL since 1995. Subsequently, he served as CEO, Director-Marketing & Managing Director of the Company. In his most recent role as MD at Vashi Diagnostics, he grew medical operations from a team of four to more than 50 people over a four-year span. He was responsible for streamlining the operations process, creating a variety of imaging services, revamping the day-to-day operations of many aspects of patient care, overseeing the areas of supply chain, communications and marketing, protocol, facility services, and patient support services.

He holds a medical degree from Grant Medical College & Sir JJ Group of Hospitals, a Diploma in Hospital Administration from TISS and a certificate in Clinical Densitometry from ISCD, USA. Dr. Jagiasibava is a Member of the IOF, ISCD, and ISBMR. He serves on the Faculty- Health Economics at University of Mumbai, mentoring students of Hospital Management & Healthcare.

Dr. B. Ravi

Is an Institute Chair Professor of Mechanical Engineering at IIT Bombay. He is a product of three well known institutions: National Institute of Technology (Rourkela) where he did his B.E. in 1986, Indian Institute of Science (Bangalore) for Masters and Ph.D., and Indian Institute of Technology (Bombay), where is working for the last 22 years. He held short visiting appointments in USA at West Virginia (1996) and Purdue University (2006).

Prof. Ravi works in two areas: metal casting and medical devices, and heads the twin labs E-Foundry and OrthoCAD with several mega R&D projects. He guided 10 PhD & 70 Masters students, published 225 technical papers & three books, gave 125 invited talks in India and overseas, provided consultancy services to dozens of manufacturing companies, and conducted 55 professional training courses benefiting several thousand people.

At national level, Prof. Ravi serves as a member of: Program Advisory Committee, DST (Ministry of Science & Technology); Expert Committee on Orthopedic Devices, Bureau of Indian Standards; Vice President, Governing Council of CMTI, Bangalore; Undergraduate Engineering Board, AICTE; and academic boards of several institutes. He is a Fellow of the Institution of Engineers, associate editor of Indian Foundry Journal as well as Sadhana, and review board member of many international journals.

Prof. Ravi is committed to indigenous product innovation, and enhancing the employability of engineering students in the manufacturing sector.

Dr. Rupesh Ghyar Senior Scientist, BETiC Lab IIT Bombay , Mumbai.

Dr. Rupesh holds a doctorate degree from IIT Bombay. His PhD thesis focused on Systematic Approach for Functional and Surgical Suitability Evaluation of Mega Endo-prostheses, which involves standardization of FEA coupled with experimental evaluation. He has a Masters degree was in Bioengineering, from University of Strathclyde (UK) and Bachelor's degree, in Mechanical Engineering, COEP ,Pune.

He has worked for six years as a Senior Research Associate in OrthoCAD Network Research Cell at IIT Bombay. Earlier, he was a business development manager for OSIM India, an orthopaedic implant manufacturer.

Dr. A. M Kuthe, Professor & Head, Mechanical Engineering Department, Visvesvaraya National Insititute of Technology ( VNIT), Nagpur

Research work of Dr. A.M.Kuthe is focused in the area Rapid Prototyping (RP). Using CAD as base and specialised techniques of RP, the Dr. A.M.Kuthe dedicated his efforts in harnessing this technology for practical use. The capabilities of RP equipment were extensively exploited to make custom build human body parts that were implanted in human bodies by surgeons in several complicated medical cases including some cases of cancer.

The technology was also effectively used in engineering industry to develop zero defect pattern making and casting. Dr. A.M.Kuthe has earned patent for the niche work undertaken by him. His contribution to international and national journals, presentation of papers at international conferences and authoring of a book demonstrate his deep study as well as authority on the subject. Creation of a well equipped CAD-CAM centre at VNIT speaks volumes of his passion for raising the bar of academic standards. His self motivation for introduction of industry oriented courses, guidance to Ph D and M Tech students as well as untiring efforts in creating awareness and building capacity for large scale adoption of Rapid Prototyping using CAD is a testimony of his work in this area. The all encompassing contribution of Dr. A.M.Kuthein the area of RP expands the conventional boundaries of research.

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