surgical cutting guide

surgical cutting guide

A tool that holds an organ, e.g., a bone, in place during an operation to limit the size of the incision or to rotate the organ and the blade along the same fixed axes.
Synonym: surgical cutting block
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The STL file is imported into SolidWorks and used as reference geometry to build a patient-specific surgical cutting guide.
As well as facilitating the production of surgical cutting guides to speed up extremely advanced procedures, Stratasys PolyJet 3D printing allows surgeons to practice surgeries on true-to-life 3D printed anatomical models.
Orthopedic application is further sub segmented into orthopedic implants, and surgical guide, while medical instrument market is further sub segmented into surgical cutting guides, drill guides, bespoke tools, and bio-medical scaffold systems.