3D printing technology is not even new nowadays from manufacturing, design and even in electronics, that FDA already approved this drug called Spritam, and it literally melts in your mouth.
Aprecia Pharmaceuticals is behind this remarkable announcement that they’ve been producing the first FDA approved 3D printed drug called Spritam that is meant to treat epilepsy.
The drug is not just successfully printed but managed to received the necessary US FDA approval and is now available in the United States.
These drugs are created layer by layer and are produced using powder bed inkjet printing.
The successful launch of the printed drug in the market has its possible advantages in doing more research not only in electronics and toys but also in medicinal technology.