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Título: Additive manufacturing in the development of an intramedullary nail: study of clinical case
Autor: Fernandes, Maria
Lino, Jorge
Fonseca, E.M.M.
Palavras-chave: Additive manufacturing
locked interlocking nail
Finite elements
Data: 2015
Editora: Edições FEUP-INEGI
Citação: Fernandes, Maria; Lino, Jorge; Fonseca, E.M.M. (2015) - Additive manufacturing in the development of an intramedullary nail: study of clinical case. In 6th International Conference on Mechanics and Materials in Design M2D2015. ISBN 978-989-989-98832-3-9. p.1261-1270. Azores, Portugal
Resumo: The additive manufacturing is currently an indispensable tool in different areas. Its application in orthopaedic area has been essential in the development of surgical procedures, visualization of anatomical structures and especially in the new implants design to improve the conditions for patients’ treatment. The present study considered different techniques of additive manufacturing applied in design, diagnosis and planning of a locked intramedullary nail used in the femoral diaphysis fractures (type A). This study was complemented with the follow-up of a surgery case to the femoral diaphysis fracture. It was performed a biomechanical analysis using the finite element method and 3D models through a printing in full colour, allowing to obtain the colour levels related to von Mises stresses. All the studied techniques have proved to be important, since they allow a three-dimensional view of real dimensions of the implant by helping health professionals to do a more accurate and safe surgical planning.
Peer review: yes
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10198/12825
ISBN: 978-989-989-98832-3-9
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