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3D Printing - A Potential Untapped in the Field of Anaesthesia
We applied the concept of 3d designing and printing to design video laryngoscope model (3D-VL) which is within 1 /20th cost marketed Video-laryngoscopes and used with conventional boroscope camera with objective of training interns to accomplish accurate and fast intubation. We compared DL(Machintosh) and 3D-VL training on the success rate of tracheal intubation.
3D Printing, 3D-VL Video Laryngoscope, Training, Minimal Cost.
- Chao, I; Young, et.al. The application of three-dimensional printing technology in anaesthesia: a systematic review., Anaesthesia, 2017, 72 (5), pp. 641 – 650
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