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P3333.2.5.4

This standard defines the optimal design elements for medical 3D printing based on the analysis of the technical elements of artificial joint outputs required by the orthopedic surgeon, the patient's affected three-dimensional model data, and artificial joint templates. Standardization includes medical three-dimensional models such as the location, orientation and shape of orthopedic osteotomy, and patient-specific artificial joint model data for 3D printing.

P3333.2.5.5

This document specifies the in vivo examination required for the biological assessment of three-dimensional (3D) bio-printed polymeric scaffolds intended for use in bone regeneration. 3D bio-printed scaffolds are gaining increased attention and animal experiments are fundamental in assessing their performance prior to potential clinical use. In vivo assessment will include the following features. Animal model include rat or rabbit. Bone defect can be created on the skull, femur or pelvis. The defect size is minimum 5mm3 in volume. Assessment include histopathological, radiological and mechanical assessment.
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