Here is an overview of the Exhibitor Interviews that our editorial team has produced during MEDICA.
19/11/2015Progress in miniaturization promises ever smaller medical products that are gentler to the patient. Miniaturization also allows applications in the body. We learn more about this from Mr Pierre Ball at the booth of Lacroix Electronics.
19/11/2015Surgical innovation is their passion. That’s why KLS Martin Group finds solutions for the medical industry for almost 100 years now. At this year’s MEDICA we talk to KLS Martin about to what extend their products make a difference.
19/11/2015Linkwell is a globally active manufacturer and supplier disinfection solutions. Talking to Mr. Huang from Linkwell we asked about the biggest problems of disinfection in healthcare and how the new RFID solutions can help here.
18/11/2015We visit the joint booth of Brandenburg at MEDICA 2015 and meet the Medizinische Modellbau Manufaktur. Here, we learn more about the production of pathologicals models with 3D printing.
18/11/2015Everything begins with a first step. This is also true for medical rehabilitation. But patients can go much further with the right support. At MEDICA 2015, Dr. Alexander Duschau-Wicke from the Swiss Hocoma AG tells us how this can go very well.
18/11/2015FSN Medical Technologies is demonstrating the 4K UHD technology at MEDICA 2015. Etai Golander, Senior Manager - EMEA, explains why UHD is the future of OR imaging and the details of signal management.
18/11/2015Automation makes a lot of things easier that are tiring to a human and can be done without his own know-how. And automation does not spare laboratory technology as well. We learn more about this from Mr Steve Jones at the booth of Bee Robotics at MEDICA 2015.
18/11/2015There are numerous joint booths at MEDICA 2015. Exhibitors from one country present their products here side by side. We are visiting the Iranian pavilion that takes place in this form for the first time this year.
18/11/2015Hill-Rom focuses with its products not only on the patient, but also on healthcare workers themselves. With a wide range of solutions, the daily workflow in hospitals and care facilities shall be improved. We talked to Mark Vossenaar to get to know how an improved workflow benefits patient care.
16/11/2015Since 1978, Mercy Ships brings urgently needed medical aid and long-term development work to the poorest countries on earth. Mercy Ships makes health care accessible to all people with the largest hospital ship in the world. At MEDICA 2015 we have a closer look on what the most pressing health care problems are and what kind of help Mercy Ships provide.