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Aus3d.com Focuses on the Controversies of Revolutionizing the Medical Industry with the Use of 3D Body Parts Printing

Via: ReleaseWire

Updated 7:30 PM CDT, Tue, May 19,2015

With the use of these innovative 3D printers, medical experts and engineers have developed a way to create and produce tissues and organs such as the liver which are identical to that of the natural and genuine organ with the use of biomedical engineering.

Modbury, South Australia -- (ReleaseWire) -- 05/19/2015 -- With time and the emergence of various diseases and disorders that have caused the escalating number of deaths all over the world, health industry is continuously searching for ways to find the most effective cures and treatments for diseases.

The birth of the 3D printers and printing industry have truly made the burdens lighter for the medical experts as they have envisioned the use of the technology of the 3D Printers Australia in manufacturing tissues and organs that may be used to treat and replace those vital parts of the body that have become non-functional because of diseases and disabling accidents.

With the use of this innovative technology, producing instruments and other medical supplies can now be done in an instant, but medical engineers have taken a much further leap and have experimented the use of this technology in the production of cells, tissues and organs as cure for various diseases and medical disorders.

With the use of these innovative 3D printers, medical experts and engineers have developed a way to create and produce tissues and organs such as the liver which are identical to that of the natural and genuine organ with the use of biomedical engineering. People with the need of liver transplants would not anymore have the difficulty finding compatible organs to replace their damaged liver once proven that these printed organs can be fully functional for the body.

But this 3D printing technology is a lot different from printing plastic and metal models as they are composed of more intricate details as they are constructed from authentic human cells.

Even though the controversy about the efficiency of the 3D printed livers is still yet to be established before actually be put to medical practice, 3D printers have already been used in the medical and dental practice in the replacement of broken tooth crowns and teeth as replacements used for dental transplants. Printed bone grafts with the combination of robotics have been successfully used in some countries to restore the function of a lost limb with the use of prosthetics due to fatal accidents. Hearing aids for the auditory abnormalities have now been produced using the 3D printing technology for better and improved hearing.

Another famous researcher by the name of James Yoo has thought of developing portable 3D printers for the purpose of producing skin grafts that could be directly applied to the burned areas of the body of burn victims.

With the advances resulting from the innovations of the 3D Printers Australia and biomedical engineering, grafts, and organ transplants will be more inexpensive and convenient for patients needing these types of treatments.

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Aus3D Printer Suppliers are based in South Australia. They carry a range of 3D Printers, 3D Printer Kits, and 3D Printer related parts and supplies. They aim to be Australia's go to 3D Printer supplier by providing professional service and quality products. They have been trading on eBay for some time and have consistently received positive feedback due to their fast turn-around time and professional service. If you'd like to view their most recent feedback on eBay, you can visit their official website at aus3D.com.au.

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