Application of 3D printing and distributed manufacturing during the first-wave of COVID-19 pandemic. Our experience at a third-level university hospital. Articles uri icon

authors

  • PÉREZ MAÑANES, RUBÉN
  • GARCÍA-DE SAN JOSÉ, SONIA
  • DESCO MENENDEZ, MANUEL
  • SÁNCHEZ ARCILLA, IGNACIO
  • GONZÁLEZ FERNÁNDEZ, ESMERALDA
  • VAQUERO MARTÍN, JAVIER
  • PASCAU GONZALEZ GARZON, JAVIER
  • MEDIAVILLA SANTOS, LYDIA
  • TRAPERO MORENO, DIEGO
  • CALVO HARO, JOSÉ ANTONIO

publication date

  • March 2021

start page

  • 1

end page

  • 8

issue

  • 7

volume

  • 7

Electronic International Standard Serial Number (EISSN)

  • 2365-6271

abstract

  • 3D printing and distributed manufacturing represent a paradigm shift in the health system that is becoming critical during the COVID-19 pandemic. University hospitals are also taking on the role of manufacturers of custom-made solutions thanks to 3D printing technology.

keywords

  • 3d printing; distributed manufacturing; poc manufacturing; covid-19; personal protective equipment; face shields; ear savers; ventilatory support; swabs