Scientists from Russia successfully develop the 3D printing of human organs

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medical Scientists of the capital’s hospitals successfully develop the 3D printing of complex organs. About it reports “the World 24”.

In particular, they create nanotkan for the heart and the artificial ventricle. Printed organs will soon be able to replace donor and will contribute to more efficient implementation of operations.

it is Noted that the organ transplants carried out in many clinics throughout Russia, and the transplant can only teach at the National research center named after Shumakov.

the Operations center are available around the clock. For 50 years the research Institute Shumakova transplant thousands of bodies, however they are not always accustomed. This problem is dealt with in the Institute named after Sechenov, where bioengineers create artificial organs.

“a Lot of the parts we use are made of titanium. In particular, this device is fully titanium pump. It is made from Russian titanium, because in Russia the best Titan”, – said the Director of the Institute of bionic technology and engineering sechenovskiy University Dmitry Chelyshev.

it is Noted that Russian specialists in addition to doing the design and cultivation of biological material. So, on a 3D printer use biochemie, in which are hooked the cells of the patient. Through this it is possible to print living tissue, with the probability of rejection of such will be minimal.

In April last year, scientists for the first time printed on a printer of a full heart. At first it was very small and was not able to fight.

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