They count our steps, measure our insulin levels or tell us how good our sleep is: wearables and apps. Thanks to Corona, telemedicine has finally gained a foothold in the medical landscape. But how will it continue? At MEDICA 2022 you could find out what the future of mHealth products looks like and how they can make our lives healthier.
Want to get to know interesting exhibitors and exciting innovations around mHealth? Take a look at the exhibitor and product database of MEDICA 2022!
Small, smart and always with you - find out at MEDICA what innovations there are in the field of mHealth and what these technologies can do!
MEDICA HEALTH IT FORUM
Hall 12, Stand 12E19
The MEDICA HEALTH IT FORUM is your platform for innovations. Top speakers and protagonists of the scene reflected in 2022 on the path towards hybrid healthcare for you in high-level sessions. In addition, you could find topic-related exhibits from universities and research institutions in the adjoining exhibition area at MEDICA, giving you a comprehensive and tangible picture of data-driven medicine.
You could get an insight into the digital healthcare of tomorrow in these sessions, among others:
Chronic pain is a worldwide problem that continues to limit 30 percent of those affected despite treatment. With VIVO, AURIMOD GmbH is setting a new standard in pain treatment. In our video interview, we learn how this small device attached to the ear can provide pain relief.
Diagnostics anywhere – with smartphones, apps and wearables
Blood sugar, heartbeat, sleep - nowadays, many apps and wearables help us keep an eye on our health and even diagnose diseases. At MEDICA 2022, we discovered some of the little all-rounders for your pocket.
In your pocket – therapy on the go
Smart devices and mobile applications that give us an all-round view of our health or support us in everyday life are very much in vogue. It doesn't matter if it's about prevention or help during rehabilitation. However, it is not that easy to meet the strict regulatory requirements. But the drive for innovation continues undiminished.
Henkel AG – Printed electronics for healthcare
Henkel is a name that many do not necessarily associate with medical technology. Nevertheless, the company can make an important contribution to digital healthcare. In our video interview, we find out what exactly this contribution looks like and why Henkel is exhibiting at MEDICA 2022.
MEDICA CONNECTED HEALTHCARE FORUM
Hall 12, Stand 12E37
The 9th MEDICA CONNECTED HEALTHCARE FORUM also brought together health innovators, tech entrepreneurs, investors, and industry experts. It is the global hotspot at MEDICA for the latest tech and innovations that drive digital health transformation.
Something about the future of medical care you heard at MCHF on these days:
Managing diabetes with diafyt thanks to self-learning and smart technology
We all make mistakes from time to time or forget to do things. But people with diabetes can have serious health problems if they miscalculate or inject the wrong insulin dose. A mix of self-learning AI and a high-tech insulin pen is intended to make everyday life easier for those affected.
Konectom: App supports self-management of Multiple Sclerosis
Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a disease of the central nervous systems that requires regular checkups with the neurologist every three months. However, an exacerbation of MS, also known as a flare-up, can occur between these appointments. The Konectom smartphone app aims to close this diagnostic gap.
A dashboard for more targeted diagnoses and therapies
In the MED²ICIN lead project, a digital patient model for chronically ill persons has been developed. A particularly clear, web-based dashboard shows, among other things, the course of the disease, medication responses and recommendations for action. In addition, the data can be compared with a large pool of data from other patients.
COMPAMED HIGH-TECH FORUM
In-depth insights into the world of small equipments and supplies
The COMPAMED HIGH-TECH FORUM by IVAM offers insight into research and development of the exhibited processes and products, explains technology trends and provides information on relevant foreign markets for medical technology.
The joint pavilion by the IVAM Microtechnology Network with the Product Market "High-tech for Medical Devices", was 2022 located in Hall 8a and focused on the innovations from key technologies like microtechnology, nanotechnology, photonics or advanced materials.
What suppliers at COMPAMED 2022 had to say about mHealth you could find out in these sessions on Monday, 14 November:
Telemedicine as an alternative: contactless and secure diagnoses
Concrete diagnoses are the be-all and end-all in medicine. However, the Corona pandemic made the conditions for good diagnostics more difficult. Telemedicine offers an alternative - not only in times of pandemic. For this, however, it is necessary to exploit the full potential of technical possibilities. In order to offer an experience equivalent to a physical visit to the doctor, the applications must go beyond mere consultations.
Telemedicine offers a wide range of technical applications for almost all medical situations: patients no longer have to visit the doctor's office in person, pharmacies can keep a close eye on medication dosages, and sensors prevent patient falls in nursing care. Has the industry received a boost through the Corona pandemic?
Video: Joining the OR live
Joining live and online – this is also possible in the OR. Thanks to modern telemedicine, experts can join difficult procedures and give valuable advice and students are able to watch the process. But the right equipment is necessary to peek over the virtual shoulder of surgeons. We take a look at it at the stand of Rods&Cones at MEDICA 2021.