And I thought, well, if it needs to be replaced in four years, isn't that also useful?
Doctors save baby’s life with 3D-printed tracheal implant
In an article published in the New England Journal of Medicine today, two doctors from the University of Michigan described how they saved an infant with a life-threatening respiratory disorder using a custom-designed 3D-printed device. Printed with bio-absorbable plastic, the device is holding the child's airway open and allowing him to breathe normally.
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