As veterinary medicine evolves, it continues to make incredible strides in improving the health and wellbeing of animals. One of the significant breakthroughs is the use of custom-made implants in veterinary orthopedics.
Technological advancement is shaping the future of veterinary medicine, and one particular development has become a critical component in modern veterinary orthopedics - custom-made surgical drill and sawblade guides.
The world of veterinary medicine is experiencing a profound transformation thanks to technological advancements, with 3D printing taking center stage. This technology has shown particular promise in the realm of veterinary orthopedics, as 3D printed pre-surgical models of animal bones and joints redefine the way surgical procedures are conducted.
We have created a device which allowed to solve a problem of many veterinary doctors. The product was developed according to the needs of the veterinarians.
Using three-dimensional anatomical models while talking to a client greatly facilitates the educational process. Thanks to the model, the doctor can point to elements of the skull structure causing animal’s diseases and simultaneously compare the brachycephalic skull structure with a skull of a dog of mesocephalic or dolichocephalic breeds, that do not have such ailments.
Cauda equina syndrome is a set of conditions resulting from pathologies occurring between the last lumbar vertebrae and the sacrum. Those pathologies also affect intervertebral disc, tissues of this area and nerves reffered to as filum terminale. This syndrome may be caused by basically any disturbance which leads to spinal stenosis and therefore to pressure on neural structures.