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Everything at a glance: latest imaging methods for precise diagnostics

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The TeslaDuo from MIPM GmbH meets the latest standards of pulsoxymetry for examinations in magnetic resonance tomography. The monitor has been specially developed for use in MRT.

Hall 10 / A63

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With the P50 from SonoScape Medical Corp., you’ll have a high-performance system for a full range of clinical imaging applications. High image quality, automated measurement tools, and a variety of obstetrics and gynecological technologies ensure ideal solutions for clinical examinations.

Hall 9 / E25

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3D-ARILE is an augmented reality system from Fraunhofer IGD, which virtually displays the exact position of a lymph node via smart glasses and thus supports the physician during tumor surgery.

Hall 10 / G05/H04

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eZGuide by Ezono is an imaging technique that enables hands-free needle guidance. The physician can use ultrasound to select the optimal path of the cannula to the target area.

Hall 15 / E21

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The innovative medical image and video documentation system AlphaMultiStore was developed by GIMMI GmbH especially for everyday clinical use. It is used to capture, record and archive medical video sequences and images.

Hall 10 / F39

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The "iStix" technology of the Fraunhofer Institute IIS is a cost-effective alternative to digital scanners. It is made possible by a combination of microscope, camera and image processing software.

Hall 10 / G05

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The Leonardo DR nano from Oehm und Rehbein consists of only two components, a wireless X-ray detector and a laptop. With approx. 8 kg (completely packed; backpack incl. laptop, accessories and X-ray detector) the system is one of the world's lightest portable X-ray solutions.

Hall 10 / E35

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Within the framework of the multidisciplinary research project PRIMSA, the Fraunhofer Institute for Biomedical Engineering IBMT has developed a mobile, non-invasive handheld ultrasound scanner for the identification of minor victims of illegal border crossings, which is used to detect, combat and prevent trafficking in human beings.

Hall 10, Stand G05

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The KUP-111+ from Kalamed GmbH is a fully digital ultrasound system, which is characterized by a favourable price as well as a color display. It is designed for stationary as well as mobile applications.

Hall 9 / E53

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Cue Card Technology is a training method that provides knowledge of ultrasound procedures and closes the gap between training and clinical practice.

Hall 15 / E21