Advancements in 3D Printing Use in Radiation Therapy
Tuesday, September 17
The use of 3D printing is on the rise and becoming a reality in healthcare, especially radiotherapy. 3D printed accessories created in Adaptiiv’s software are based on patient-specific CT scan data, providing a superior fit compared to traditional methods while improving dose delivery.
Join us for a comprehensive overview of how 3D printed accessories are being used in radiation therapy today.
This presentation will allow you to:
• Discuss the use of 3D printing in healthcare
• Hypothesize how clinical adoption of 3D printing will affect radiation therapy
• Summarize a clinical perspective on how 3D printing can improve treatment
Brian Overshiner, B.S., R.T.(T), from Indiana University’s School of Medicine and Erin Brown, MBA, R.T.(T) (former) from Adaptiiv will provide a clinical perspective on how 3D printing use in radiation therapy is improving both treatment and the patient experience.