In hospitals, medical practices or emergency care, devices, packaging or aids made of plastic are already indispensable. Increasingly, however, they are also the material of choice when it comes to implants. Here, plastics score points above all for their versatility. 3D printing also plays a very special role in this context.
In this K-Talk, Guido Marschall talked to our guests about the new opportunities that the use of plastics has opened up for medical practices, the current trends in this area, and why modern medicine needs plastics.
Dr. Philip Engel
Head of Segment Medical Systems Europe | High Performance Polymers Evonik