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3D scanner to support wound healing

19th February 2019

Cadscan is currently developing a Tablet-PC based multispectral imaging system designed to improve wound care, assessments and documentation for nurses and other healthcare professionals. The wound management device quickly captures wound volume and bacterial presence, documents the healing process and provides best-practice treatment advice.   Wound management. At present, the treatment and management of wounds … Continue reading “3D scanner to support wound healing”

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Augmented reality to improve outcomes for pupils with ASD

19th February 2019

In response to a competition ran by the Education authority of Northern Ireland, Cadscan are developing an augmented reality system (Attain) designed to improve the educational outcomes for pupils with Autism.   Attain is a new multi-user augmented reality system designed to capture, monitor and retain the attention of children with Autism Spectrum Disorder in … Continue reading “Augmented reality to improve outcomes for pupils with ASD”

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Why 3D dental scanners are a must-have for dental practices

28th November 2018

The idea to use CAD/CAM technology in dentistry was conceptualised by Francois Duret in the 1970’s with the intention of minimising practitioner’s work flow. Over the last 4 decades, the concept has been aggressively tuned and refined to introduce an array of benefits that outweigh those associated with traditional methods, finally achieving Duret’s goals. The … Continue reading “Why 3D dental scanners are a must-have for dental practices”

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