Rib cage recreation : towards realistic neonatal manikin construction using MRI scanning and 3D printing

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Within our research, the human body plays a central role. The human body is one of the most visually fascinating shapes, but our research goes further. We focus on the dynamic aspects of the body regarding interaction. Within this
paper, we focus on the creation of manikins for the training of chest compressions, which is an essential procedure compressions, which is an essential procedure during cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR). We expect that the same techniques can be deployed for manikins in different applicational fields, such as fashion dummies, toys, and artistic installations. Within medical simulation, it is important that manikins have realistic anatomical and physiological properties. By embedding these properties, a more realistic tactile experience can be created. From our findings, we conclude that additive manufacturing materials have a broad mechanical stiffness range, with the potential to mimic that of the neonatal rib cage.




Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationHyperseeing : Proceedings of SMI'2016 Fabrication and Sculpting Event (FASE), 20-23 June 2016, Berlin, Germany
Place of Publications.l.
PublisherISAMA
Pages41-44
Number of pages4
Publication statusPublished - 13 Jun 2016

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Thielen, M. W. H., & Delbressine, F. L. M. (2016). Rib cage recreation : towards realistic neonatal manikin construction using MRI scanning and 3D printing. In Hyperseeing : Proceedings of SMI'2016 Fabrication and Sculpting Event (FASE), 20-23 June 2016, Berlin, Germany (pp. 41-44). s.l.: ISAMA.
Thielen, M.W.H. ; Delbressine, F.L.M. / Rib cage recreation : towards realistic neonatal manikin construction using MRI scanning and 3D printing. Hyperseeing : Proceedings of SMI'2016 Fabrication and Sculpting Event (FASE), 20-23 June 2016, Berlin, Germany. s.l. : ISAMA, 2016. pp. 41-44
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Hyperseeing : Proceedings of SMI'2016 Fabrication and Sculpting Event (FASE), 20-23 June 2016, Berlin, Germany. s.l. : ISAMA, 2016. p. 41-44.

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Thielen MWH, Delbressine FLM. Rib cage recreation : towards realistic neonatal manikin construction using MRI scanning and 3D printing. In Hyperseeing : Proceedings of SMI'2016 Fabrication and Sculpting Event (FASE), 20-23 June 2016, Berlin, Germany. s.l.: ISAMA. 2016. p. 41-44