mHealth, Apps and Wearables – "Health to go" at MEDICA 2017 -- MEDICA - World Forum for Medicine

mHealth, Apps and Wearables – "Health to go" at MEDICA 2017

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The custo teleholter is a telematics device with which an ECG can be analyzed and stored. Arrhythmia is automatically detected and passed on to the attending physician. Also included: a telephony and SMS function.

Hall 10 / D42-1

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Nevita is a low-cost medical infrastructure for automated initial assessment. It can be used in environments with limited resources and staff, such as developing and emerging countries.

Hall 3 / G52
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Carbonhand is the first robot aid on the market that is completely controlled by the user. It strengthens the grip and can compensate for a lack of strength or provide additional strength and endurance.

Hall 15 / A23
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The Everion multi-sensor platform measures various body data such as heart rate, oxygen supply, skin temperature or movement on the upper arm.

Hall 15 / A23
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ELECSA supports the training as a mobile, non-invasive alternative to blood lactate measurement. The sensor developed by Fraunhofer IIS can detect physical exertion due to the concentration of ammonia in the sweat in real time.

Hall 15 / A23
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The CardioSHIRT with textile-integrated sensor technology and pluggable electronics is an ECG for mobile use. The product from Fraunhofer IIS helps to detect changes in the coronary arteries at an early stage and effectively prevent heart disease.

Hall 15 / A23
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Medisana presents possibilities of Virtual Reality in the health care sector. The massage chair and the massage seat cover are combined with VR glasses that virtually move the user to another place and thus help him/her relax and feel good.

Hall 15 / A23
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Health Care Originals has a smart patch for asthma patients. Adamm counts the coughing frequency and monitors breathing, whistling and heart rate.

Hall 15 / A23
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As an intelligent patch, TracPatch can monitor the wound healing process by measuring the temperature and recording the patient's activity. Irregularities are sent via app to patient or physician.

Hall 15 / A23
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PulseON presents wristbands for health personnel to check and monitor atrial fibrillation and sleep apnea at MEDICA.

Hall 15 / A23