Dr. Redmond P. Burke, chief of cardiovascular surgery at Miami Children’s Hospital, holds a 3D-printed heart model. The program is the first in the region to use 3D printing technology to create a model of a patient's heart to plan the surgery for a child born with a heart anomaly.
Dr. Redmond P. Burke, chief of cardiovascular surgery at Miami Children’s Hospital, holds a 3D-printed heart model. The program is the first in the region to use 3D printing technology to create a model of a patient's heart to plan the surgery for a child born with a heart anomaly. Al Diaz MIAMI HERALD STAFF
Dr. Redmond P. Burke, chief of cardiovascular surgery at Miami Children’s Hospital, holds a 3D-printed heart model. The program is the first in the region to use 3D printing technology to create a model of a patient's heart to plan the surgery for a child born with a heart anomaly. Al Diaz MIAMI HERALD STAFF

Miami Children’s surgeon uses 3D technology to make model heart for 4-year-old patient

January 14, 2015 06:40 PM

UPDATED January 15, 2015 11:20 AM

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