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3D Printing in Heart and Cardiovascular Disease

Submission deadline: 31 January 2022
Special Issue Editors
Zhonghua Sun, PhD
Discipline of Medical Radiation Sciences, Curtin University, Australia
Interests: Cardiovascular imaging; Cardiac CT in quantitative assessment of coronary plaques; 3D printing in medicine, specially use of 3D printing in congenital heart disease; Coronary and aortic disease; Artificial intelligence in coronary artery disease; Optimization of CT scanning protocols
Laszlo Kiraly, MD
Head, Senior Consultant, Paediatric Cardiac Surgery; Associate Professor, Department of Public Health, Professor in Medicine (Hon), Semmelweis University, Budapest, Hungary; Department of Cardiac, Thoracic and Vascular Surgery, National University Hospital Singapore; National University of Singapore, Department of Surgery, Singapore
Interests: Morphology of congenital heart disease; Congenital heart surgery; Neonatal complex cardiac repair; 3D modelling and printing of congenital cardiac anomalies; 3D bioprinting and biofabrication; Augmented reality and enhanced surgical visualization; Medical education
Ebrahim Mostafavi, PhD
Stanford Cardiovascular Institute, Stanford University School of Medicine, Stanford, CA, USA
Interests: Nanomedicine; Human induced pluripotent stem cells; Cardiovascular regenerative medicine; stem cells; 3D bioprinting of vascularized cardiac tissues; Biomaterials; Tissue engineering; Drug delivery; Antimicrobial materials; Hydrogels
Special Issue Information

Dear Colleagues,

 

We are pleased to announce the special issue “3D Printing in Heart and Cardiovascular Disease”.

 

Three-dimensional (3D) printing has undergone rapid developments over the last decade with increasing reports in medical applications. Use of patient-specific 3D printed models has shown great value and potential in cardiovascular disease with studies documenting the clinical usefulness in assisting preoperative planning and simulation of complex cardiac surgery procedures, improving our understanding of spatial relationship between complex cardiac anatomical structures and pathologies, enhancing doctor-patient communication and medical education. This special issue aims to create a platform for researchers from different disciplines to share their recent research outputs on 3D printing in heart and cardiovascular disease.
Potential topics include, but not limited to:
• Recent development of 3D printing technologies and printing materials in cardiovascular disease
• 3D printing in heart disease, specifically in congenital heart disease
• 3D printing in cardiovascular disease including surgical planning and treatment
• 3D printing in medical education
• 3D printing in investigation of cardiac CT imaging protocols
• 3D printing in tissue engineering and bioprinting

Authors are encouraged to discuss with the guest editors to determine the suitability of their intended manuscripts. Before submission authors should carefully read over the journal’s Author guidelines, which are available at Author Instructions via: https://rcm.imrpress.com/EN/column/column172.shtml 

We look forward to receiving your excellent work. 

Thank you very much!

Prof. Dr. Zhonghua Sun and A/Prof. Dr. Laszlo Kiraly

Guest Editor

Keywords
3D printing
Medicine
Heart
Cardiovascular disease
Additive manufacturing
Application
Model
Congenital cardiac
Surgical emulation
HOST (hands-on-surgical-training)
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