Heart surgery is an extremely difficult procedure. Even more so when the tiny anatomy of a small child is involved. When 14-month old Roland Lian Cung Bawi’s heart was failing him, his surgeon Erle Austin knew that he had to prepare meticulously for an intricate operation. Initially he consulted other surgeons, but this yielded conflicting advice. So Austin turned to 3D printing for help.
Using the facilities at the University of Louisville’s engineering school, Austin and his medical team produced a three dimensional model of little Ronald’s heart. Pediatric operations are difficult because the interior structures of a child’s organs are small and hard to see clearly. This model allowed the surgical team to come up with a precise plan to limit the amount of exploratory incisions, reduce operating time and prevent the need for follow-up operations.
Millionaires and celebrities always say they were rejected so many times before someone saw their potential.
How radical would it be if we omitted the idea of rejection and always viewed each “rejection” as a redirection instead?
Think about it :)
me tryin’ to get my life together
When White people or Non black people of color try to assert that they “act more Black” than you.
Its always funny and hilarious to put folks in their place. I may be the awkward Black guy but don’t make me send you to the turn up function.
"don’t make me send you to the turn up function"
Isosine (Kendrick Lamar & Imagine Dragons) - Radioactive City