Reconstructive Medicine and 3d Bio-Printing, What Future?


Authors : Dr Mohammed LAHFAOUI, Pr Mohammed Boughaleb, Pr Houssine Benhaddou

Volume/Issue : Volume 5 - 2020, Issue 4 - April

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Bio-printing is a biomedical application of additive manufacturing processes to artificially produce biological tissues. Bio-printing can be defined as the spatial structuring of living cells and other biological products by stacking and assembling them using a computer-assisted layer-by-layer deposition method to develop living tissues and organs for tissue engineering, regenerative medicine, pharmacokinetics, and more general biological research1. It is a recent innovation that simultaneously positions living cells and biomaterials layer by layer to make living tissues2. The main use of printed organs is transplantation3. Research is currently being conducted on artificial structures of the heart4, kidneys, liver and other vital organs. For more complex organs such as the heart, smaller structures such as heart valves have also been researched. Some of the printed organs have already reached clinical implementation but mainly concern hollow structures such as the bladder as well as vascular structures.

Keywords : 3D Bioprinting; Regenerative Medicine

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