Heart Program - Pediatric Cardiology

3D Printing Technology

The Heart Program recently began using three-dimensional printing technology to support pre-surgical planning, especially for patients with complex heart conditions. 3D printing technology enables a life-size visualization of a complex heart to explore potential options for repair.

Related News

How 3D printers saved a four year old girl's life

Every human heart is different, and 3D printing is a changing the world of surgery by providing surgeons exact replicates.

04/27/2016


Related Press Releases

Inoperable Baby from Minnesota Receives Heart-Saving Surgery at Nicklaus Children's Hospital

A four-month old baby is preparing to celebrate her first Christmas with her family after a life-saving heart surgery at Nicklaus Children's Hospital, made possible with the aid of virtual-reality imaging.

12/22/2015

The Heart Program at Miami Children’s Hospital Uses 3D Printing Technology

The Heart Program at Miami Children’s Hospital Uses 3D Printing Technology to Plan Complex Heart Surgery on Pediatric Patient

01/14/2015

Contact The Heart Program
 305-662-8301

In Depth Tour of The Heart Program
Take an in-depth tour and meet the team members that make up the Nicklaus Children's Heart Program.
 
Heart Program Virtual Visit
U.S News Cardiology and Heart Surgery
Optum Center of Excellence