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SLS 3D Printing for Ondansetron Printlets, Improving Patient-Specific Doses

International researchers are delving further into the manufacturing of patient-specific medications, outlining their findings in ‘Selective Laser Sintering 3D Printing of Orally Disintegrating Printlets Containing Ondansetron.’ Experimenting with a new…

Finland: 3D Printing Patient-Specific Doses of Warfarin for Children

Finnish researchers reach further into the potential of 3D printed medications, outlining their findings in the recently published ‘Towards Printed Pediatric Medicines in Hospital Pharmacies: Comparison of 2D and 3D…

Canadian Government Invests in Adaptiiv and Its 3D Printed, Patient-Specific Boluses

To make sure that cancer patients are getting the full strength of their radiation treatment directed exactly where it is most needed, a device called a bolus can be used…

Aston University Researchers Review Current Approaches in 3D Printing Solid Oral Dosage Forms

UK researchers from Aston University are studying impacts on the pharmaceutical industry, releasing their findings in the recently published ‘Current formulation approaches in design and development of solid oral dosage…

New Technique Allows Researchers to Custom 3D Print Bacteria-Resistant Medical Devices

A team of engineers and health experts led by mechanics professor Ricky Wildman from the University of Nottingham, UK, found a new way to design and manufacture custom medical devices…

Japan: Real-Time Tumor Tracking & Quality Assurance with 3D Printed Phantoms & Moving Robotic Platform

Researchers from Yamaguchi University in Japan enrolled three lung cancer patients in a study about their work assessing a dynamic moving phantom system that can reproduce patient anatomy and 3D…

International Researchers Review 3D Printed Immobilization Devices for Cancer Treatment

Researchers from the UK and Australia continue the trend in exploring 3D printing technology for patient-specific treatment, releasing their findings in the recently published ‘A review of 3D printed patient-specific…

Rem3dy Wants to 3D Print Medicines and Supplements

As a concept, 3D printed food is obviously an interesting one. Not only because it’s difficult to wrap one’s head around what 3D printing food might even look like, but…

Utah State University: 3D Printing for Pharmaceuticals on the Micro Scale

In ‘Application of Micro-Scale 3D Printing in Pharmaceutics,’ authors Andrew Kjar and Yu Huang of Utah State University examine the advantages of fabricating drugs on the micro-scale. As they point…

Influence of High Disperse Active Pharmaceutical Ingredient Loads in Filaments Studied

In the recently published ‘Influence of High, Disperse API Load on Properties along the Fused-Layer Modeling Process Chain of Solid Dosage Forms,’ German researchers delve further into the mechanical properties…

Optimizing Ibuprofen Release Printlets with DLP 3D Printing

In the recently published ‘Optimization and Prediction of Ibuprofen Release from 3D DLP Printlets Using Artificial Neural Networks,’ Serbian researchers explore detailed use of 3D printing with medications, experimenting to…

FabRx: The First Clinical Study Using Personalized 3D Printed Pills (In Humans)

3D printing technology is becoming disruptive to the pharmaceutical industry. The manufacturing of personalized medicine, such as patient-specific pills, can make customized drug delivery and dosing change the way people…

DIY Drugs: Big Pharma and the FDA Most Likely To Steer the Outcome of 3D Printed Medications

Excitement has been building regarding patient-specific, 3D printable drugs over the past few years (especially with the advent of the 3D printed epilepsy drug, SPRITAM). But what if we could…

Exclusive Interview: Texas A&M Veterinarian Creates Entirely New Treatment to Save a Dog With a Gigabot 3D Printer

Most people can tell you a story about what made them finally decide to acquire a 3D printer or to start learning about the technology. For Dr. Michael Deveau, Radiation…

Researchers 3D Print Kidney Phantoms to Determine Optimal Radiation Dosage for Patients

With certain diseases, you often hear people say that the treatment is worse than the disease itself, in terms of discomfort and pain. That’s particularly the case with cancer and…

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