UCF Researchers Design Custom-Fit 3D-Printed Medical Devices for Infants

UCF Researchers Design Custom-Fit 3D-Printed Medical Devices for Infants

UCF researchers detail how they used data from three unidentified pediatric cases from Nemours Children’s Hospital in Orlando to design interchangeable laryngoscope blades small enough to open the airway of the patients, all of whom were less than 18 months old.

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