Trend Topics 2016
Searching for medical clues
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Topic of the Month
Topics of the Month 2017
April 2017: Laboratory medicine: infectious diseases
March 2017: Big Data and medicine
February 2017: The eye
January 2017: Children and cancer
Topics of the Month 2016
December 2016: The human patient
November 2016: MEDICA 2016
October 2016: Networked healthcare
September 2016: Intraoperative Imaging
August 2016: Medical Industry Worldwide
July 2016: Sports and medicine
June 2016: Hospital hygiene
May 2016: The heart
March 2016: Paediatrics and neonatology
April 2016: Medical education and training
February 2016: Regenerative medicine
January 2016: Infectious diseases
Topics of the Month 2015
December 2015: The brain
November 2015: MEDICA
October 2015: Theranostics
September 2015: Wearables
August 2015: Nuclear medicine
July 2015: Cardiovascular disaeses
June 2015: Cancer and diagnostics
May 2015: Cancer screenings
April 2015: The informed patient
March 2015: Crisis management and communication
February 2015: Pathology
January 2015: The intestines
Topics of the Month 2014
December 2014: Ethics
November 2014: MEDICA 2014
October 2014: Orthopedics and physical therapy
September 2014: Intensive-care medicine
August 2014: Hygiene
July 2014: The Skin
June 2014: Sport & Medicine
May 2014: Mobile Health & IT
April 2014: Emergency Medicine
March 2014: Continuing Education
February 2014: Cancer
January 2014: Surgery
Interviews Concerning Innovations
Irreversible Electroporation – Last hope for liver cancer patients
Hip joint: sleeve versus endoprosthesis
RealSpine: realistic surgical simulation
Interviews Concerning Health Politics
Pneumonia in Children: Ultrasound or X-Rays?
A new broom sweeps clean? The new EU Medical Device Regulation
Interoperability: secure network connections
Healthy at work: "Occupational health management is a win-win situation"
Project TeleView – Telemedicine for refugees
Hospital construction: infection prevention through architecture?
3 questions to ...
Telehealthcare: networking brings relief
Nutrition: finding intolerances in the blood
Is the Russia crisis also a crisis for medical technology?
Video Background Reports
Radiology – How an MRI machine makes its way into an office
Light instead of darkness – Seeing with the Argus II Implant
COMPAMED 2017 – High-Tech Solutions for Medical Technology
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04/26/2017: Irreversible Electroporation – Last hope for liver cancer patients?
04/19/2017: How does an MRI machine makes its way into an office?
04/12/2017: Hip osteoarthritis: an alternative to endoprosthesis
04/05/2017: Topic of the Month: Infectious diseases
Tips and events 2016
World of MEDICA
Jacri to visit Obelis
Obelis European Authorized Representative Center (O.E.A.R.C.)
Jacri to visit Obelis
Obelis is proud to officially announce the visit of Hirofumi
Koide, distinguished guest and managing director of the Japanese
Association of Clinical Reagents Industries (JACRI) along with
three chairs of the JACRI Committee (Regulatory Affairs,
International Affairs and Social Insurance)
on October 29th, 2007.
As the former general manager of Kyowa Medex, Mr. Koide now
works as the Managing Director of JACRI. JACRI is the voluntary
consensus organization that represents manufacturers and
distributors of IVD Reagents in Japan. Currently there
are 122 companies that are part of JACRI. Mr. Koide and
delegates will be visiting Obelis to discuss the current
IVD regulations, CE Marking and Authorized Representative
situation. They will also be visiting Brussels to
attend the EDMA General Assembly on October 30 and
Obelis is pleased to accept such an honored guest
at its doors and hopes to answer and provide a complete
and current picture of the regulatory situation in the
In fact, Obelis’ mission is to:
- Provide medical device manufacturers with CE
marking, U.S. agent services, and fully integrated business
solutions that enable them to implement the necessary
strategies and tools to remain a competitive force in their
- To enrich the quality of health care by providing
professional services that enhance the availability of medical
devices in the European and U.S. markets.
- To maintain the highest level of quality and standards,
i.e. ISO9000:2000, in all of our business activities.
Please visit www.obelis.net to learn more about our organization
and to receive updates and news about current regulatory issues.