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The world needs new tests

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The Corona virus has shown: We are not safe from new infectious diseases, so-called "emerging diseases". Not only close contacts between humans and animals, but also climate change will mean that we will have to deal with more and in some cases previously unknown pathogens. Read in our interview how the Hamburg-based start-up Panadea Diagnostics is tackling this problem.

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Timo Roth
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Interview: New tests for infectious diseases
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Panadea Diagnostics: new start-up for better infection diagnostics

Interview – LAB & DIAGNOSTICS

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"Get the right result, every time": the start-up Panadea Diagnostics has set this as the goal of its work. Operating since April 2023, the biotechnology company founded by researchers at Hamburg's Bernhard Nocht Institute for Tropical Medicine (BNITM) develops special technologies for antibody detection of tropical and emerging infectious diseases.
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Panadea Diagnostics: new start-up for better infection diagnostics
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Tissue Engineering: TU Graz revolutionises production of biocompatible microfibres

DISPOSABLES

Using a newly developed method for the efficient and cost-effective production of biocompatible microfibres, the production of autologous skin and organs can be significantly accelerated. Responsible for the development are Carole Planchette and her team from TU Graz.
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Sensor technology for prevention and diagnostics

12 June 2023: COMPAMED Innovation Forum

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The healthcare system faces major challenges: The costs increase constantly; at the same time, there are not enough qualified employees. Modern technologies are able to make an important contribution in this. There are two main points to focus on: On the one hand, preventive methods should help to avoid diseases from developing. On the other hand, an effective and personalized treatment can be provided through appropriate monitoring of vital parameters and diagnosis. Both of these aspects help to reduce the burden on the healthcare system significantly.
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Algorithm helps search for the cause of hereditary diseases

DIGITAL HEALTH

A Munich research team has developed an algorithm that predicts the effects of genetic mutations on RNA formation six times more precisely than previous models.
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Post- and long-COVID syndrome: eHealth interventions can help

DIGITAL HEALTH

Psychological and physical exercises digitally instructed can improve the health of post- and long-COVID patients. These findings were confirmed in a current meta-analysis by a team led by Sonia Lippke, professor of health psychology and behavioral medicine at Constructor University in Bremen.
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Heart failure: AI identifies five subtypes

DIGITAL HEALTH

Five subtypes of heart failure that could potentially be used to predict future risk for individual patients have been identified in a new study led by UCL (University College London) researchers.
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Imaging: MRI shows how fibromyalgia changes the brain

MED TECH & DEVICES

A team from the LWL Clinic for Psychosomatic Medicine and Psychotherapy at Ruhr University Bochum, Germany, has investigated the brain changes that are related to the disorder.
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Cancer: new theranostic for imaging and treatment

MED TECH & DEVICES

Thanks to the radiation they emit, radioactive compounds are suited both to imaging and treating cancers. By appropriately combining them in novel, so-called radionuclide theranostics, both applications can be dovetailed.
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Fourier Intelligence’s ArmMotus™ EMU Wins Prestigious IERA Awards 2023

Fourier Intelligence International Pte. Ltd.

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UNITED KINGDOM, 2nd June 2023  - Fourier Intelligence is delighted to announce that its revolutionary product, ArmMotus™ EMU, has been honoured with the prestigious IERA Awards 2023.
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