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3D Printing - A Potential Untapped in the Field of Anaesthesia


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1 M. V. J. Medical College and Research Hospital, India

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.

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3D Printing, 3D-VL Video Laryngoscope, Training, Minimal Cost.
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  • 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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Authors

Yogesh Yadav
M. V. J. Medical College and Research Hospital, India
Prasad Kulkarni
M. V. J. Medical College and Research Hospital, India
P. Somasekharam
M. V. J. Medical College and Research Hospital, India

Abstract


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.

Keywords


3D Printing, 3D-VL Video Laryngoscope, Training, Minimal Cost.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.18311/isacon-Karnataka%2F2017%2FFP011