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Innovative approaches to the staff shortage

Dear Sir or Madam,

At MEDICA 2023, we found pioneering technologies that counteract the staff shortage in the healthcare sector. Ira Stoll presented the myScribe app, which effortlessly generates doctors' letters from existing data, saving staff substantial time. Matthias Groh from Resmonics AG showed us how early detection of respiratory diseases minimizes the risk of infection. In our video, Dr. Andreas Keibel also demonstrates how Kuka's robots represent a significant step forward in the fight against staff shortages thanks to their impressive variety of possible applications.

Enjoy reading!

Tim Plato
Editorial team MEDICA-tradefair.com

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Video: Technological solutions to combat the chronic staff shortage
Interview: An app for greater quality of life
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Technological solutions to combat the chronic staff shortage

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The shortage of skilled workers is a far-reaching challenge, especially in the healthcare sector. At MEDICA 2023, we were on the lookout for creative solutions.
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Technological solutions to combat the chronic staff shortage
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Overcoming fatigue: An app for greater quality of life

Interview - DIGITAL HEALTH

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Cancer patients often suffer from fatigue syndrome as a side effect. This makes it difficult to cope with everyday life and is usually treated with physiotherapy and behavioral therapy. In the future, an anti-fatigue app should enable treatment to be individually tailored to the person.
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Monitoring heart patients at home – the e-health tool

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DIGITAL HEALTH

The Amsterdam University Medical Center announces the implementation of the HartWacht (HeartGuard) app to enhance patient care at its Heart Centre. Developed by the Cardiology Centers Netherlands (CCN), this e-health tool enables remote monitoring of blood pressure and arrhythmias, empowering patients to manage their conditions from home effectively.
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Imaging device for early gastrointestinal cancer detection

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MED TECH & DEVICES

Gastrointestinal cancers (GCs) pose a significant health challenge worldwide, with early detection being crucial for effective treatment and improved survival rates. To address this need, scientists have developed a new imaging device aimed at enhancing the accuracy and accessibility of GC screening programs.
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Faster and more accurate pathogen detection through DNA melting

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LAB & DIAGNOSTICS

Unlike conventional blood cultures, which can take anywhere from 15 hours to several days to yield results, the new digital DNA melting analysis delivers actionable insights in under six hours. This accelerated turnaround time enables clinicians to initiate targeted treatment strategies promptly, minimizing the risk of disease progression and improving patient outcomes.
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