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Pune, Maharashtra -- (SBWIRE) -- 01/14/2020 -- 4D Printing in Healthcare Market:
4D printing in healthcare is an upgrade to the already existing 3D printing technology being used in the field. The growing need for advanced technology like 4D printing is extremely useful in the healthcare domain today. 4D printing allows the capture of dynamic structures that have multiple characteristics and functions. For example, 4D printing in the medical field can capture patient data through CT scans, MRIs, and other imaging techniques, and help produce implants and other implantable devices that grow as the patient grows.
The market for 4D printing in healthcare is driven by technological advancements, and the growing demand for 4D printed organs, medical implants, and a wide range of applications in dentistry are said to drive market growth in the forecasted period and provide growth opportunities for players in the market. In this report, the 4D printing in the healthcare market has been segmented on the basis of component, technology, application, end-user, and region.
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The market for 4D printing in healthcare can be split on the basis of type and application.
Based on type, the product market can be segmented into:
On the basis of application of the technology, the market can be segmented into:
Hospitals and Clinics
The market for 4D printing in healthcare can be regionally segmented into – North America, Europe, China, Southeast Asia, India, Japan, and South America. Among these regions, North America will continue to dominate the 4D printing in healthcare market in the forecasted years as it has one of the best healthcare systems and infrastructure. New product launches and key players planning to expand their product portfolio, as well as their reach, will contribute to the growth of this market in North America.
A few months ago, 4D printing technology was used to develop malleable microstructures that can be used to make the smallest stents. This is termed as indirect printing and can be very useful to stretch potentially deadly constrictions in foetuses.
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