Bodycad introduces Bodycad OnCall for personalized restoration evaluation process — 5 takeaways

Allison Sobczak -   Print  |

Bodycad, a Quebec City-based developer and manufacturer of customized, 3D printed orthopedic implants and surgical tools, is introducing Bodycad OnCall to help service the personalized restoration evaluation process, according to 3D Print.

Here are five takeaways:


1. Bodycad OnCall is a personalized, individually manufactured orthopedic restoration process developed specifically for complex surgical cases. It combines 3D imaging and 3D printing technology to help make complex medical cases easily correctable.


2. Bodycad OnCall was created for surgeons who need flexibility in both design and the manufacturing of a fully personalized restoration kit that is ideal for oncology, revision or osteotomy procedures.


3. The entire process takes about 21 days from start to finish.


4. The personalized restoration evaluation process is managed by Bodycad PREP Techs, who work closely with surgeons and physicians to find and manufacture implants with the right anatomical fit for every individual patient.


5. The Bodycad customized implants are intended for complex bone damage and breaks, the removal of bone cancer tissue and the reconstruction of skeletal damage.


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