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Textiles with a sensory cooling effect

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In some diseases such as psoriasis or multiple sclerosis a permanent gentle cooling of the skin can be helpful. But cooling pads often do not have the desired effect. Researchers therefore now hope to have found a better and more convenient method. Clothes with a sensory cooling effect. How it exactly works you can find out in our News.

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Simone Ernst
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Intraoperative imaging – added benefit or high-tech gadget?

Topic of the Month

Image: Hybrid OR; Copyright: Klinikum Weiden/private
Monitoring individual results during surgery with an angiography system? This is already an option in approximately 200 hospitals in Germany. Thanks to intraoperative imaging, major medical procedures can be replaced by minimally invasive surgery because physicians are able to monitor the results immediately. This is gentler on patients and decreases the number of subsequent revision surgeries.
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Intraoperative imaging – added benefit or high-tech gadget?
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Research & Technology

The "MeBot" robotic wheelchair can climb steps on its own

Pittsburgh-based Human Engineering Research Lab (HERL) has developed the first ever robotic wheelchair - the MeBot - capable of climbing steps and mounting curbs on its own. The innovation came up against other systems at the first Cybathlon, which will take place at ETH Zürich in Kloten, Switzerland on October 8.
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Research & Technology

Software helps to find out why "jumping genes" are activated

Jumping genes, so-called transposons, reproduce as parasites in the genome. This selfish behavior can be an evolutionary advantage for the organism or harm it. There is still a debate about the factors controlling the activity of transposons.
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Public Health & Associations

Increased risk of pneumococcal pneumonia with hospital admission

A study shows that adults admitted to hospital during school holidays are 38 percent more likely to have pneumococcal community-acquired pneumonia (CAP) than those admitted during term time.
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Public Health & Associations

International Patient Safety Day - 09/17/2016

This year’s International Patient Safety Day takes place under the motto "Medication Safety". It is supposed to raise awareness of medication errors. Members of the health care systems will be able to present new approaches and exchange ideas with each other at events on this day.
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Economy & Markets

Gap in the market for wearables that monitor sedentary behavior

Sedentary behavior monitoring is under-represented in the wearable tech market, a new study has found. Wearable technology to monitor the time you spend being sedentary could encourage changes in behavior that helps improve health, research reveals.
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Trade Fair News

Mitral Insufficiency: New Catheter Treatment Successful in Treating Leaky Valve

For a long time, a leaky heart valve could only be repaired or replaced in open-heart surgery. Today, valves can often be repaired using a catheter via the groin.
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Company News

Dunkermotoren website with new design

Dunkermotoren GmbH

As of the end of June the Dunkermotoren website now appears with a new design. The site features a new, fresh look which goes well with the corporate philosophy. The new navigational structure makes...
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Company News

Video: 400 ARBOR health terminals project win the best French innovation in public sector award!!!

ARBOR Technology

Tactilis project, supported by Saint-Lô and Coutances Hospitals director Mr Lugbull, consists in installing a new solution for patient comfort and health services optimization in about 400 rooms. This...
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Company News

Ginolis Launches Revolutionary Lateral Flow Device Assembly Solution

Ginolis Ltd.

Ginolis Ltd, a leading provider of high precision liquid handling and intelligent desktop automation for MedTech industries, today announced the launch of the revolutionary LFDA-3 , the intelligent...
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