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COVID-19 and beyond - Understanding infectious diseases

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COVID-19 has brought laboratory medicine into focus in many areas. Chemical, microbiological and immunological procedures enable precise diagnostics in the laboratory. Physicians can now identify diseases even more precisely and suggest therapies based on laboratory findings. Experience the innovative technologies and explore the laboratory of the future. If you want to discover more about the current status and future possibilities of laboratory medicine, take a look at our Trend Topic "COVID-19 and beyond - Understanding infectious diseases".

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Topic of the Month: The laboratory 4.0
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MEDICA LABMED FORUM

Concentrated knowledge

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Laboratory medicine, medical technology and life sciences give new impulses to the entire health care market - especially in times of the corona pandemic: "Test, test, test" is the slogan to which the MEDICA LABMED FORUM 2020 dedicates three focus events.

Doctors and patients, health policy-makers and healthcare providers, members of the press and all other visitors to the world's largest medical trade fair are invited to attend four exciting theme days with high-calibre short presentations and lively panel discussions on microbiology & infectiology, cardiological & oncological diagnostics, the COVID-19 pandemic and future trends in laboratory medicine.

The forum language is English.

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The laboratory 4.0

The laboratory 4.0: networked analyses

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There is likely no other branch of medicine where you can find as many high-tech devices as in modern laboratories. A major part of diagnostic and biomedical research is done here. A lot of individual steps in work processes need to be followed precisely to ensure the results' quality. Also, a lot of data is generated here. Therefore, the laboratory of the future needs to automate processes and to work with networked devices to avoid errors.
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virtual.MEDICA 2020

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Experience a medical technology highlight in virtual form that can be accessed by anyone from anywhere - virtual.MEDICA from 16 - 19 November 2020. And where you can still discover innovations, maintain contacts and stay up to date through knowledge transfer.
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DxPx Hybrid Partnering Conference 2020

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Meet entrepreneurs from diagnostics and research tools comapnys and investors on Nov. 17th! Enjoy unlimited meeting time and showcase your company by booking your exhibition space at Maritim Hotel Düsseldorf. As safety is our top priority, we have restricted the number of participants to a maximum of 500 in order to implement and monitor a comprehensive hygiene concept. Want to join our hybrid event and find the right partner for financing, licensing or M&A collaboration?
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COVID-19: dried blood spot sampling

Laboratory Equipment, Diagnostica, Research & Technology

Using dried blood spot samples (DBS) is an accurate alternative to venous blood in detecting SARS-CoV-2 antibody tests, a new study by immunology experts at the University of Birmingham has found.
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Imaging technique could replace tissue biopsies

Research & Technology, Electromedicine, Medical Technology

Imaging techniques could replace the need for invasive tissue biopsies in helping rapidly determine whether cancer treatments are working effectively, according to researchers at the University of Cambridge.
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Sensor that rapidly detects COVID-19 infection

Laboratory Equipment, Diagnostica, Research & Technology

One feature of the COVID-19 virus that makes it so difficult to contain is that it can be easily spread to others by a person who has yet to show any signs of infection. The carrier of the virus might feel perfectly well and go about their daily business–taking the virus with them to work, to the home of a family member, or to public gatherings.
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Wound-healing waves

Laboratory Equipment, Diagnostica, Research & Technology

Many cells in our bodies are on the move and somehow seem to "know" where to go. But how do they learn the location of their destination? This question is key to understanding phenomena such as the renewal of cells in our body, the migration of cancer cells, and especially how wounds heal.
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