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Using technology against organ shortage

Dear Sir or Madam,

In many countries, more donor organs are needed than are available. This problem will further exacerbate where age-related and chronic diseases increase. But medicine is developing ways to help more people who need an organ. Learn more about the possibilities we could use in future in our Topic of the Month.

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Timo Roth
Editorial team MEDICA-tradefair.com

Table of Contents

Topic of the Month: Technology against organ shortage
Video: Thermography
Interview: Electronic nose against corona
Review MEDICA 2021: Market entry in Africa
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Technology against organ shortage – Support for the successful transplant

Topic of the Month

Image: A person in a white t-shirt is holding an anatomical model of the kidney in front of their abdomen; Copyright: PantherMedia/benschonewille
Chronic conditions require close monitoring to ensure a successful therapeutic outcome. Unfortunately, patients aren't always able to perform their own measurements and the exam intervals between appointments at the physician's office are frequently too long. An innovative implant is designed to address this gap in glaucoma care and treatment and enable patients to make intraocular pressure measurements on their own.
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Technology against organ shortage – Support for the successful transplant
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Infrared thermography for sports medicine performance diagnostics

Video

Image: Preview picture of video
Using a high-resolution infrared camera, sports scientists from the Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz have discovered how blood flow in the human skin changes during exercise. They now want to exactly quantify these changes with machine vision and thus gain knowledge for performance diagnostics and beyond.
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Mysterious patterns – Infrared thermography for sports medicine performance diagnostics
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Successful Strategies to Enter the Medical Market in Africa

Review of MEDICA 2021

Image: Charts and other analysis tools in front of the flag of South Africa; Copyright: PantherMedia / MyVector
There are many factors to consider when you plan to enter the medical market in another country. Every country requires different market entry strategies – and countries in Africa are no exception.
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Successful Strategies to Enter the Medical Market in Africa
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Coronavirus: Using odors to detect an infection

Interview

Image: A person in a lab coat is holding a device with an antenna extended into a glass; Coypright: Universität des Saarlandes
Rapid COVID-19 tests can be rather uncomfortable as samples are typically collected with a deep nasal or throat swab. Scientists now explore an alternative to rapid diagnostic tests based on a patient's breath.
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Coronavirus: Using odors to detect an infection
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