02170nlm0 22002531i 450 001001200000010001600012100003900028101000600067102000600073105001600079135001600095200012500111210004100236215000900277230002300286301001600309305005900325330111200384336007501496700002501571856009301596856011701689856011001806HARMA 76968a9782140347764a20231002d2023 u y0frea0103 baafreafrea z 001z adrun nnnauauaaEmergency medical 3D printing - A case study during the COVID19 pandemicb[Ressource électronique]fRoman Hossein KhonsariaPariscEditions L'Harmattand2023a298 p.a[Données textuelles]a9782140347757aVersion électronique de l'édition papier : 9782140347757aDuring the first COVID19 wave, the trust of Greater Paris academic hospitals (Assistance Publique - Hôpitaux de Paris) faced an unprecedented situation: a significant number of medical devices were used in extraordinary quantities and international supply chains were defective or interrupted. To overcome the risk of shortage, a team of health professionals and engineers settled a central emergency 3D-printing platform. This book tells the story of this initiative, reports its results, and proposes general guidelines for the integration of additive manufacturing in hospitals. 3D-printing has transformed our approach to the conception and production of the tools we use to treat patients. For the first time in modern history, professional production machines can be located within health institutions. 3D platforms are extraordinary boosters of innovation, research, education, and valorisation. Based on a particular story, this book investigates the paths leading to innovation in public structures and proposes guidelines for the promotion of interactions between health professionals and engineers.aType de ressource électronique : données textuelles et iconographiquesaRoman Hossein Khonsari40uhttps://www.editions-harmattan.fr/catalogue/couv/9782140347757r.jpg2Image de couverture40uhttps://www.harmatheque.com/downloadebook/9782140347757zAccès après authentification2Télécharger au format PDF40uhttps://www.harmatheque.com/readebook/9782140347757zAccès après authentification2Lire ce livre en ligne