3D Printing Applications in Cardiovascular Medicine addresses the rapidly growing field of additive fabrication within the medical field, in particular, focusing on cardiovascular medicine. To date, 3D printing of hearts and vascular systems has been largely reserved to anatomic reconstruction with no additional functionalities. However, 3D printing allows for functional, physiologic and bio-engineering of products to enhance diagnosis and treatment of cardiovascular disease. This book contains the state-of-the-art technologies and studies that demonstrate the utility of 3D printing for these purposes.
- Addresses the novel technology and cardiac and vascular application of 3D printing
- Each chapter features case studies and tips for applying 3D technology into clinical practice
- Accompanying website provides 3D examples from cardiovascular clinicians, imagers, computer science and engineering experts whose research and clinical focus is of 3D printing in cardiovascular applications
Cardiology researchers, cardiologists, imagers and clinicians applying 3D printing
1. History of 3D Printing
2. Methods of 3D Printing
3. 3D Printing Materials
4. Current and Future State of 3D Printers
5. Image acquisition, segmentation and reconstruction for cardiovascular 3D printing
6. Complex Congenital Heart Disease
7. Valvular Heart Disease
8. Simulation of Percutaneous Structural Interventions
9. 4D Printing of Actuating Cardiac Tissue
10. Bioprinting Cardiovascular Organs
11. Multimaterial vascular printing
12. Assessing perfusion using 3D bioprinting
13. Surgical Predictive Planning Using 3D Printing
14. Clinical Workflow of 3D Printing in Cardiovascular Care
15. The Future of 3D Printing in the Heart
16. The Future of 3D Printing in the Vasculature
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- © Academic Press 2018
- 1st June 2018
- Academic Press
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Dr. James K. Min specializes in the diagnosis of coronary heart disease with multi-detector CT angiography. He also has expertise in the identification novel clinical risk factors that place individuals at higher risk for the development of coronary heart disease. Between 2010-2014 Dr. Min published 197 publications, with 93.4% in the Medicine category. He has an h-index of 40. He has 3,910 citations, a 3.59 FWCI and averages 19.8 citations per publication during this same time frame. 49% of his publications appear in the top 10% most cited publications worldwide. Dr . Min has experience with international, national, and institutional collaboration having worked with 150 co-authors. He also has experience with single authorship.
Professor of Medicine and Professor of Radiology, Weill Cornell Medical College, Cornell University; Attending Radiologist, New York-Presbyterian Hospital, New York, NY, United States
The Mosadegh lab uses interdisciplinary approaches to develop novel technologies for biomedical applications, particularly for cardiovascular diseases, cancer, and implantable/wearable therapeutics. The lab has specific interests in exploiting the properties of polymers and fluids to develop soft machines with integrated “smart” behaviors. These soft machines use technologies related to microfluidics, soft robotics, and 3D cell culture. Between 2010-2014 Dr. Mosadegh published 19 publications throughout various disciplines. He has an h-index of 13. He has 304 citations, a 2.75 FWCI and averages 16 citations per publication during this same time frame. 63.2% of his publications appear in the top 10% most cited publications worldwide. Dr. Mosadegh has experience with international, national, and institutional collaboration having worked with 86 co-authors.
Assistant Professor of Biomedical Engineering in Radiology, Dalio Institute of Cardiovascular Imaging, Department of Radiology, Weil Cornell Medical College, New York, NY United States
Dr. Subhi Al’Aref is an Instructor in Medicine and an Instructor of Medicine in Radiology at Weill Cornell Medicine and an Assistant Attending Physician at the NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital. Dr. Al’Aref was born and raised in Jerusalem, where he finished his primary and secondary education. He subsequently performed his premedical and medical training at Weill Cornell Medical College in Qatar, and earned his M.D. in 2008. He completed his training in Internal Medicine Residency, Cardiovascular Disease Fellowship, Interventional Cardiology and Preventative Cardiology at The NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital/Weill Cornell Medicine in New York City. He is board certified in Internal Medicine, Cardiovascular Disease, Interventional Cardiology, Vascular Medicine, Echocardiography and Nuclear Cardiology.
Dalio Institute of Cardiovascular Imaging - Weill Cornell Medicine