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Aesthetic Everything® Honors The 2014 Top Doctors In Aesthetics And The 2014 Top 10 Aesthetic Companies

A rust belt city rehab plan designed in medicine

SmartShape Design industrial designers at work.

– Chandler, visit the website AZ Dr. Desvignes charitable work includes working at Duncan Hospital, in Raxaul, India teaching and educating physicians on advanced wound care and surgical reconstruction. He traveled to Haiti post-earthquake to work in local field hospital where he performed traumatic reconstructive surgery as well as advanced wound care, complex hand surgery, tumor resection, and burn treatment. 7. John A. Grossman, M.D.- Beverly Hills, CA 8.Frank Agullo, M.D., F.A.C.S.
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A rust belt city rehab plan designed in medicine

SmartShape Design industrial designers at work.

Still, Maczuzak said innovation will keep driving his hometown forward and SmartShape is planning to grow the medical side of its business. The company recently bought showroom space in Cleveland’s Global Center for Health Innovation. Maczuzak uses the space to showcase the design process, like the design evolution of a trigger-operated wire driver for orthopedic surgery. Now, when doctors, hospital administrators, or even the general public visit the showroom, they can see the transformation of an older model to a redesigned version and all the variations in between. SmartShape’s space also shows a model of an MRI machine and orthopedic surgery table it redesigned to make more efficient.
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Source: SmartShape Design SmartShape Design industrial designers at work. While SmartShape’s work can be seen on the shelves at Target or on display at the Consumer Electronics Show through its work with brands including Hoover, Hasbro , and Rubbermaid, more than half of SmartShape’s design work is tied to that booming medical industry. Read More Ohio’s rust belt rebound Maczuzak has a large design studio in downtown Cleveland. With bright orange steel doors at the entrance to well-worn wood floors and exposed beams, the space begs for creativity. And that’s exactly what Maczuzak’s nearly 20 designers work at every day. “We help our customers design new products, innovate and create new and better products,” Maczuzak said. New product ideas may come from surgeons frustrated with an uncomfortable handle on a surgical tool or a hospital bed company looking to make a more efficient and safer way to move patients around a hospital.
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