Custom-made or customisable 3D printed implants and cutting guides versus non-3D printed standard implants and cutting guides for improving outcomes in patients undergoing knee, maxillofacial, or cranial surgery

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CountryAgencyYear work was carried outLinkDetails of use
AustriaLBI-HTA2019-National adaptation. Made no changes to the information used.
AustriaGOEG2019-Dissemination. Forwarded the report to the responsible persons in MoH.
DenmarkDEFACTUM2019-National adaptation. Also distributed the report in our professional and clinical network and made national and regional decision-makers aware of the report.
IrelandHIQA2019-Dissemination. Circulation to technology assessment group which includes national procurement representatives to raise awareness of potential to use REA to inform processes.
SlovakiaUNIBA2019-Dissemination.
SpainAETSA2019-Dissemination.
SpainSCS2019-Dissemination via Facebook, Twitter, courses and congress.
SwedenSBU2019-Dissemination.
UK (England)NICE2019-Dissemination. EUnetHTA reports are indexed on NHS Evidence.
UK (Scotland)SHTG2019-Dissemination.
ItalyAGENAS2019-Translation of the report summary.