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New treatment options with 3D microscopy

Dear Sir or Madam,

3D models are increasingly being used in medicine. By exact reconstructions of different areas of the body, structures can be better recognized and diseases can be treated in a more targeted way. A new imaging method in 3D now makes it possible to understand the causes of lymphedema. Read more about the VIPAR method in our current interview.

I wish you a motivated week

Elena Blume
Editorial team MEDICA-tradefair.com


MEDICA Trade Fair with Forums and Conferences
Monday to Thursday
13 to 16 November 2017
Düsseldorf, Germany

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Interview: Pathology
Topic of the Month: mHealth
Video: Point-of-care testing in the hospital
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Pathology: detecting lymphedema with 3D microscopy

Interview

Image: image of coloured tissue samples; Copyright: Dr. René Hägerling
According to the WHO, 300 million people throughout the world are affected by lymphedema. This condition occurs when fluid that flows between cells is no longer transported back into the blood circulation and accumulates in the skin. Triggers can be surgeries, injuries or genetic defects for example. A new microscopy technique could now also indicate the causes.
Read more in the interview:
Pathology: detecting lymphedema with 3D microscopy
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MEDICA HEALTH IT FORUM

Hall 15, Stand 15E56 and 15E60

Image: logo of the MEDICA HEALTH IT FORUM
Visit the MEDICA HEALTH IT FORUM and experience a range of programs at top notch level. Speakers from all areas of the healthcare industry, together with representatives from the cutting-edge research, will discuss on pioneering developments in healthcare IT, interdisciplinary and problem-solving oriented.
Read more about the MEDICA HEALTH IT FORUM here
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mHealth: how mobile choices can successfully reach users

Topic of the Month

Image: A man is standing outdoors while typing on his smart watch; Copyright: panthermedia.net/guniamc"
mHealth has been slated to revolutionize the healthcare market for the past few years. Yet things are not quite as easy for apps and wearables as it may seem. A recently conducted study reveals that there are still many obstacles to overcome before manufacturers and health professionals can connect with patients and their mobile devices.
Read more in our Topic of the Month:
mHealth: how mobile choices can successfully reach users
mHealth: The disease management of tomorrow
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Research & Technology

Care homes could overtake hospitals as most common place to die, new research finds

Researchers from King's College London have found that deaths occurring in care homes in England and Wales could more than double in the next 25 years if recent trends continue.
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Research & Technology

Mantis shrimp-inspired camera enables glimpse into hidden world

By mimicking the eye of the mantis shrimp, Illinois researchers have developed an ultra-sensitive camera capable of sensing both color and polarization.
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MEDICA PHYSIO CONFERENCE

CCD Süd / South, 1. Floor, Room 3

Image: logo of the MEDICA PHYSIO CONFERENCE
The shoulder is in the service of the hand and the function of the arm depends on the stability and mobility of the spine. Patients with symptoms in this function area represent a large patient group in physiotherapy. The speakers of the 4th MEDICA PHYSIO CONFERENCE bring you up-to-date on the topics announced and also offer a lot of practical knowledge for daily practice.
Read more about the MEDICA PHYSIO CONFERENCE here
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Point-of-care testing in the hospital – quality diagnostic results

Video

Image: Two gloves hold a blood sample
Point-of-care testing is an integral part of medicine. It enables simple, automated testing that yields fast results. Hospitals have also started to increasingly use POCT diagnostic systems over the past few years. We are guests at the Greifswald University Hospital where patient-side rapid diagnostic tests have already been successfully integrated into daily hospital operations.
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Point-of-care testing in the hospital – quality diagnostic results
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Public Health & Associations

Obamacare helps reverse the decline in US trust

Recent research from Umeå and Lund universities in Sweden shows that Obamacare might be key to reversing the trend of declining social trust that has plagued the United States since the 1970s.
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Modular equipment carts for medical technology

As a successful manufacturer of medical equipment carts, ITD GmbH sells high-quality products all over the world. The carts’ modular construction allows for customised solutions, individually tailored to the needs of the customer. The new vexio-cart "plus", and the entire product range, can be found in Hall 13 at Stand A55.
Bild: Product of ITD
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Company News

STERIS Applied Sterilization Technologies and STERIS Laboratories Global Expansion Update

STERIS AST

STERIS Applied Sterilization Technologies (AST) has announced several expansion projects over the past year throughout our global sterilization and laboratory network.  We’re excited to...
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Company News

EKU Elektronik receives technology award SUCCESS 2017

EKU Elektronik GmbH

On 18.10.2017 EKU Elektronik GmbH from Leiningen, Germany received the technology award " SUCCESS " by the Investitions- und Strukturbank Rheinland-Pfalz (ISB) GmbH and the...
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