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Functional Imaging: The puls of modern oncology
Shock wave therapy: Personalized treatment in orthopedic everyday-life
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Background Reports 2019
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06/19/2019: Tracing the tumor
06/12/2019: With laser against epilepsy
06/05/2019: Robot - a friend and helper
Newsletter archive 2019
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Exhibitor interviews from MEDICA 2017
Exhibitor interviews from MEDICA 2017
Combining forces for the global market
Interlock, Key Surgical, Clinipak
Interlock, Key Surgical and Clinipak are three standard bearers in operating room supplies and CSSD. They have combined forces in the past few quarters and are about to present a new face to the global market with new opportunities. At MEDICA 2017, we are speaking to Brian O’Connell, President & COO of Key Surgical. We talk about what this new development brings to the market and what advantages arise from this both for the three companies and their customers.
Click here for the exhibitor interview with Interlock, Key Surgical, Clinipak
High-quality implants and orthopaedic instruments
GPC Medical Ltd.
The quality of the implants and orthopaedic instruments used is a fundamental prerequisite for the success of surgical procedures. They have to meet very high international standards. Find out more about the orthopaedic implants and tools of the Indian company GPC Medical Ltd. in our interview.
Click here for the exhibitor interview with GPC Medical Ltd.
CO2 treatment: a traditional therapeutic approach
Spa treatments and therapies using carbon dioxide are very old, according to historical traditions. They also promise success in wound healing and prevention. Under the motto "Preventing Amputations", Unitronic presents a medical treatment system at MEDICA 2017, which, in contrast to other complex spa treatments, relies on an uncomplicated application. Find out more in our exhibitor video.
Click here for the exhibitor interview with Unitronic
On the way to a smart hospital
Optimized processes, efficient communication technology and intelligent analysis methods - the modern hospital is increasingly turning into a smart hospital. Specific technologies and models can contribute to this development. There are already numerous innovations in the field of IT and communications technology that support this trend. We will learn more at the Bosch stand at MEDICA 2017.
Click here for the exhibitor interview with Bosch
Robots in medicine
Robots are indispensable in industry, but they now also provide important services for medicine. At MEDICA 2017 at the stand of KUKA Roboter GmbH, we took a closer look at what these look like.
Click here for the exhibitor interview with KUKA Roboter
ECG analysis on the go
mHealth is more present at MEDICA 2017 than ever before. Cardiomatics, a program that analyzes recorded ECG signals, is also part of the mobile health sector. Consonance presents the innovative tool in more detail at the world's largest medical trade fair.
Click here for the exhibitor interview with Consonance
Three proofs in one go
Genekam Biotechnology AG
Measles, mumps and rubella are usually mentioned in connection with the well-known polyvalent vaccine. Now, a novel DNA test can be used to remedy an unclear situation about an infection. It is supposed to detect all three diseases in just one step. Find out more in our interview with Genekam Biotechnology AG at MEDICA 2017.
Click here for the exhibitor interview with Genekam
Managing epilepsy with the Smartwatch
Epilepsy attacks are usually unexpected and can quickly become dangerous for patients travelling alone. A new Smartwatch addresses this problem and promises to remedy it. We take a look at the smart assistant that Qolware will be presenting at MEDICA 2017.
Click here for the exhibitor interview with Qolware
Injection without pain
Aijex Pharma International
Many people are afraid of needles. How would it be to avoid the unpleasant pinch of intravenous medication? Aijex Pharma International has developed Injex 50, the first needle-free liquid jet injection system. At MEDICA 2017 we took a closer look at their exciting product.
Click here for the exhibitor interview with Aijex Pharma International