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Abstract

Organ printing is a branch of medicinal regeneration. Here, we try to illustrate to reduce the death rate of patients, who die at the right time only because of defective human organs. The research concerns the concept of organ printing, technological forms, materials and methods, advantages and challenges, projected marketing rate and how it can be applied. The most important advances in 3DPrinting have taken place in external prosthetics, cranial or orthopaedic implants and custom airway stents. But it has also proved to be helpful in surgical planning and has been used in complex open planning and has been used in complex open-heart surgery, and also the complete face transplant of Cleveland clinic. Human tissue printing talks suggested that transplants of organs would one day be obsolete.

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3D printing transplant organ printing orthopedic implant

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Premkumar, J. ., Kavitha, E., Sudhakar, T., Janney, J. B., & Divakaran, S. (2022). Organ Printing. Trends in Biomaterials & Artificial Organs, 36(S1), 70-75. Retrieved from https://www.biomaterials.org.in/tibao/index.php/tibao/article/view/593