How Medical Devices Work: 3D Animation to Explain It

Sep 15, 2021 | Marketing

Medical devices are innovative technologies that have rapidly evolved in the last decade to improve people’s quality of life. Not too far ago it would sound futuristic to be able to receive medication from your chronic disease at home or to get rid of your glasses through a rapid intervention using a laser pencil.

Due to the boom of medical devices, many companies increasingly need to communicate to potential investors or healthcare professionals how their new medical technologies work.

3DforScience can help through 3D animation videos to visualize clearly and attractively way how these medical devices work and their main benefits and applications to fulfill different medical needs.

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How medical devices can improve surgical procedures?

Many medical devices have been designed with the purpose to improve the efficacy, security, and rapidness of different medical procedures.

A key step during every surgical intervention is catheter insertion. Surgeons usually use scalpels to enlarge the open site where the catheter will be inserted. However, that could cause damage to the catheter’s guidewire or accidental injury in the healthcare professional.

In this 3D animation clip, it can be easily visualized how a medical device has solved the scalpel-derived problems by allowing a safer catheter introduction into the body.

Medical devices in ophthalmology

Ophthalmic procedures need to be highly precise to avoid irreversible vision impairment in the patients. Therefore, during the last decade, ophthalmic devices companies have made many efforts to design innovative tools that will allow increasing the safety of ophthalmic procedures.

In these 3D pictures, an innovative eye irrigation method is shown which does not require assistance by physicians or nurses, freeing medical staff to treat other injuries.

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How can 3DforScience help you to visualize how innovative medical devices work?

3DforScience is a scientific communication company specialized in visual content for the life science sector. We are a passionate creative team of scientists, marketers, artists, and animators with a shared aim: to help you improve your scientific communication with innovative and unique creative solutions.

We can help to boost your scientific communication capabilities within the medical devices field by designing unique creative solutions as 3D animation videos or illustrations.

Would you like to bring your scientific messaging to life? Contact us. We would be pleased to provide you with a unique creation.

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