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Overview: Newsletter archive 2018

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11/13/2018: What's the news? Up to date at MEDICA 2018


Video: MEDICA 2018 – where the medicine of tomorrow starts; Interview: MEDICA ECON FORUM: Focus on healthcare in the digital age; Photo gallery: Classic, smart and virtual – physiotherapy and rehabilitation; Article: CellAED: simply SNAP…PEEL…STICK and save a life; Video: OR-equipment; Photo gallery: Diagnosis in rapid succession: point-of-care tests and laboratory medicine
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11/07/2018: See, experience, learn: what's new at MEDICA 2018


Topic of the Month: What's new at MEDICA 2018; News: AI predicts Alzheimer's years before diagnosis; News: New material may make broken fillings a thing of the past; News: New epilepsy warning device could save thousands of lives; News: EU funds doctoral training with around 4 million euros; News: New device improves balance in veterans with Gulf War Illness; New: New fluorescent marker
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10/31/2018: Fighting resistances with AI


Topic of the Month: With modern imaging supplies: A look into the lung; News: Testing cells for cancer drug resistance; News: Safer and less expensive X-ray imaging; News: Smartphone app prevents disease outbreaks
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10/24/2018: Old age, better healthcare?


Topic of the Month: low-dose CT; Interview: Healthy aging; News: Nerve-on-a-chip makes neuroprosthetics more effective; News: New robot helps the elderly exercise; News: 3D bioprinting - artificial blood vessels; Company News: Canada at MEDICA, Düsseldorf (November 12 - 15, 2018)
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10/17/2018: Digital sleep assistant


Topic of the Month: Lung segmentation; News:New tool developed at Brown will aid in understanding brain signals; News: New method uses just a drop of blood; News: 3D mammography; News: Making imaging tests safer for people at risk of acute kidney injury; News: Artificial Intelligence Aids Automatic Monitoring; 3D fab+print Additive Manufacturing Conference; Event database; Company News: FRIWO
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10/10/2018: Prescription for exercise


Topic of the Month: Lung Imaging – Keeping the Respiratory System Healthy; Interview: Exercise Prescription for Health: sports instead of pills; News: New DNA tool predicts height - shows promise for illness assessment; News: Satiety in 3D; News: Inverted exoskeleton for early rehabilitation after stroke; Advetorial: Recruiting and Jobs in Medtech and Life Sciences at MEDICA
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10/04/2018: The lung under the loupe


Topic of the Month: With modern imaging supplies: A look into the lung; News: A promise for your heart – World Heart Day 2018; News: Brain-Inspired Architecture Improve How Computers Handle Data and AI; News: Machine learning helps improving photonic applications; News: Online diabetes prevention programs are as effective as in-person programs
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09/26/2018: Spirometry with the smartphone


Topic of the Month: Electronic Health Record: Transparent Patient?; Interview: Air Next: sharing spirometry data for better treatment; News: AI used to detect fetal heart problems; News: How to predict life of implants without animal testing; News: New test procedure for diagnosis of multi-resistant hospital pathogens
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09/19/2018: Machine learning identifies lung cancer type


Topic of the Month: Smart Hospital: How devices communicate in the OR; News: New test kit for quick, accurate and low-cost screening of diseases; News: New means to fight "un-killable" bacteria in healthcare settings; News: Nikon Imaging Center opens at UC San Diego; News: New nanoparticles wait to release drugs, target infection; News: Wearable ultrasound patch monitors blood pressure
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09/12/2018: "Target the Back" for the back


Interview: "Ran Rücken"; Topic of the Month: Smart Hospital; News: Artificial synaptic device simulating the function of human brain; News: Pain response in babies' brains controlled in "similar way to adults"; News: Chip controlling exoskeleton keeps patients' brains cool; News: Smart technology to help diagnose sepsis
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