6 Introduction & Overview Achieving better clinical outcomes with next-gen 30 modeling Synergy3DMed, a subsidiary of the Synergy RM design and product development center, presents next-generation medical modeling solutions that significantly improve the standard of care available to patients in all surgical fields. Through a partnership with Stratasys, the global leader in 3D printing and additive services, Synergy3DMed's expert team designs and prints customized 3D models and instruments for doctors and medical institutions. All surgical instruments are produced using fully-certified biocompatible materials, which are sterilized prior to use. Synergy3DMed is ISO 13485 certified for the manufacture of custom medical devices. FDA certification is pending. Synergy PSKit Your Custom Toolkit for Optimal Precision 9001 Created at the surgeon's request, the Synergy PSKit (Personalized Surgery Kit) includes custom– made surgical instruments and guides, based on a specific patient's anatomy. By replacing the "one size fits all" approach with personally-tailored equipment, surgeons can perform complex procedures such as tumor resections and reconstruction with significantly greater precision, preserving healthy tissue, bone, and joints that once would have been destroyed. PSKit cutting guides (jigs) enable each surgeon to pre-define the optimal angles for incisions, including the insertion of implants, cryoprobes, and other tools. Far more cost-effective than surgical navigation systems, PSKit test, refine, and adapt the surgical plan before ever entering the OR, flagging and averting potential complications. Intra-operative decision-making is therefore significantly reduced, making surgeries shorter, more straightforward, and much less invasive. Anatomical Modeling Putting the Solution in Your Hands 3D modeling enables greater precision than ever when it comes to producing highly- detailed replicas of a patient's limb, organ, or other body part. Printed using Stratasys PolyJet technology, these detailed, yet sturdy models are available transparent or in color, giving surgeons the full, unobstructed picture - including bones, muscles, soft tissues, cartilage, blood vessels, nerves and more. Surgeons now have the opportunity to simulate each surgery in advance, validating the surgical plan, testing the precise fit of instruments, and revealing potential issues and solutions that would not be available when relying solely on 2D imaging. Use of anatomical models is also invaluable when explaining procedures to patients and their families, promoting greater understanding and confidence.