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Keeping an eye on brain functions after a stroke

Dear Sir or Madam,

In the event of a stroke, prompt treatment is enormously important in order to reduce permanent damage. For this reason, the start-up "Time is Brain" has developed a wearable device for stroke detection. The technology allows medical professionals to continuously monitor the brain in real-time from the moment of the stroke. Find out what advantages the use of the medical device brings in our interview.

Enjoy reading!

Melanie Prüser
Editorial team MEDICA-tradefair.com

PS: X-ray equipment and software from a single source - Oehm & Rehbein offers comprehensive imaging solutions. All steps from the test lab to the end device are implemented in the company. Find out about the advantages in our video.

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Video: From under one roof: x-ray equipment and it’s software
Interview: Start-up Time is Brain monitors brain function after stroke
MEDICA DEEP DIVE: AI in diagnostics: a trustworthy companion
15. HEALTHCARE INNOVATION WORLD CUP
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MEDICA DEEP DIVE: Robots in the OR

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Tomorrow is the day! We will dive into our first MEDICA DEEP DIVE! In our online talk on robotics in the OR, starting at 3 p.m., you will learn how robots are advancing the work in the OR as partners of humans. Be there live, gain exciting insights and ask our experts your questions!
Experience use cases and best practices in our live online talks
MEDICA DEEP DIVE: Robots in the OR: flexible, precise, tireless
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Start-up Time is Brain monitors brain function after stroke

Interview – MED TECH & DEVICES

Image: BraiN20 wearable device for early detection of strokes; Copyright: Time is Brain
Stroke victims frequently face lasting disabilities. Recognizing this, the start-up "Time is Brain" has pioneered a portable device for early stroke detection. This innovation empowers doctors to tailor therapeutic decisions throughout a patient's journey, ensuring continuous, real-time brain monitoring from the moment a stroke begins.
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Start-up Time is Brain monitors brain function after stroke
Read all content from the experience world MED TECH & DEVICES in the MEDICA Magazine here
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15th Healthcare Innovation World Cup at MEDICA

Participate until 22 September (free of charge)!

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The 15th edition of the Healthcare Innovation World Cup® is looking for start-ups and scale-ups to revolutionize the healthcare industry of smart health devices, medical wearables, digital biomarkers, electroceuticals, intelligent patches, and more. HealthTech innovators worldwide are invited to take part until September 22nd, 08:59 AM CET.

Contestants of the Healthcare Innovation World Cup® can win (excerpt of benefits):
• 12 prominent speaking slots in the prestigious grand pitch finals at one of MEDICA's main stages
• Business connections to corporates, investors, and business partners
• Free development kits
• Increased global visibility and awareness for your solution among a wide audience of industry experts, stakeholders and media exposure

More information and registration (participation is free of charge)
More information about the MEDICA CONNECTED HEALTHCARE FORUM

From under one roof: x-ray equipment and it’s software

Video – MED TECH & DEVICES

Image: fingers pointing to an X-ray image on a screen; Copyright: Messe Düsseldorf
Imaging is a very broad field, but offers an incredible number of exciting facets. We visited Oehm & Rehbein. The German company offers everything from a single source. In the interview, Managing Director Bernd Oehm tells us why this pays off and what the experts in X-ray equipment are currently working on.
Click here for the interview
From under one roof: x-ray equipment and it’s software
Read all content from the experience world MED TECH & DEVICES in the MEDICA Magazine here
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Electrotherapy without surgery is possible

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MED TECH & DEVICES

Researchers at Lund University and Gothenburg University have successfully developed temporary, organic electrodes that can be seamlessly integrated into biological systems.
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Pharmacy: Using starch as a novel drug transporter?

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MED TECH & DEVICES

A special type of starch could soon be used as an excipient in medicine to improve the treatment of patients.
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Timing is key in cortisone treatment of inflammation

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MED TECH & DEVICES

A special type of starch could soon be used as an excipient in medicine to improve the treatment of patients.
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Researchers decode new antibiotic

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LAB & DIAGNOSTICS

Cooperation between the University of Bonn, the USA and the Netherlands cracks the mode of action of clovibactin
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Immunotherapy: Antibody kit to fight tumors

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LAB & DIAGNOSTICS

A new study highlights the potential of artificial DNA structures that, when fitted with antibodies, instruct the immune system to specifically target cancerous cells.
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