Exhibitor Interviews from MEDICA 2016

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Here is an overview of the Exhibitor Interviews that our editorial team has produced during MEDICA.

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Overview: MEDICA 2016

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Interview: 3D Side

17/11/2016

Large bone defects that are caused by accidents or tumors are especially hard to treat for surgeons. A good preparation for surgery is very important for them to accomplish optimum results and make fast recovery for patients possible. We learn more about this at the stand of 3D Side.
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Interview: Guide in Medical

17/11/2016

Intubation of patients, despite being routine, remains problematic and often lends to immediate complications at the worst possible time. Guide in Medical Ltd from Israel is presenting a system at MEDICA 2016 that is designed to prevent this problem.
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Interview: eGaIT

17/11/2016

The important thing about transcranial magnetic stimulaiton is that the electordes are always attached at the same spot. But this is very difficult to achieve manually. Axilum Robotics from France has found the solution to this problem.
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Interview: Westfälische Hochschule

16/11/2016

To see your own child in the abdomen means very much to mothers and gives doctors important diagnostic possibilities. Stefan Maas of the Westfälischen Hochschule in Germany is working to expand the possibilities.
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Interview: Advantech Europe

16/11/2016

Digitization is taking over. Hospitals and other healthcare institutions do not only need to be prepared but also have to embrace the changes the digital age brings. Ard Schalkwijk of Advantech Europe explains in the interview what expectations patients and practitioners need to be met by this digital transformation.
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Interview: MolecuLight Inc.

15/11/2016

Bacteria in wounds can cause severe inflammation. A small device, similar to a smartphone camera, can help to detect bacteria in wounds quickly and easily.
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Interview: Vancive Medical Technologies

15/11/2016

Vancive brings over 30 years experience tot he development of innovative technology for medical applications. They aim to address the unmet needs of device manufacturers, clinicians and patients worldwide.
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Interview: Axilum Robots SAS

14/11/2016

The important thing about transcranial magnetic stimulaiton is that the electordes are always attached at the same spot. But this is very difficult to achieve manually. Axilum Robotics from France has found the solution to this problem.
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Interview: Mindray Bio-Medical Electronics

14/11/2016

In prenatal diagnostics or in cardiology – ultrasound is essential in many areas. From pictures in 3D or in black and white, to a compact mobile ultrasound device. Willy Luiten from Mindray explains to us, what possibilities are currently available.
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