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Gamified training system for a strong core

Dear Sir or Madam,

Fixing pelvic floor problems requires continuous training for months. After a while, this can be monotonous and also demotivating. To make pelvic floor training fun and motivating, Fysor GmbH has developed a gamified training system. Co-founder Mark Kässer explains how it works in our interview.

For those who want to try it out for themselves: the "Apelvo" training system can be tested at MEDICA in THE LÄND Corner in START-UP PARK 2023.

Enjoy reading and browsing!

Melanie Prüser
Editorial team MEDICA-tradefair.com

Table of Contents

Interview: Gamified pelvic floor training with "Apelvo" training system
MEDICA DEEP DIVE: Sensors
MEDICA Networking – Matchmaking
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MEDICA DEEP DIVE: Sensors: collecting data for monitoring and diagnostics

Hot Topic 2023

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In just over a week, our third MEDICA DEEP DIVE will take a look at the sensor technology of today that is already paving the way for the medicine of the future. You can't afford to miss this! So register free of charge for our online talk on October 12 from 3:00 p.m. and be there live!
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MEDICA DEEP DIVE: Sensors: collecting data for monitoring and diagnostics
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Gamified pelvic floor training: fun motivation for a strong core

Interview – PHYSIO TECH

Image: Woman doing sports exercises on a mat while looking at a cell phone lying directly in front of the mat; Copyright: EkaterinaPereslavtseva
Regular pelvic floor training can help in preventing incontinence, and often in resolving it. However, this requires consistent training over a period of months. It is therefore crucial to provide those affected with a permanently motivating form of training.
Click here for the interview
Gamified pelvic floor training: fun motivation for a strong core
Read all content from the experience world PHYSIO TECH in the MEDICA Magazine here
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MEDICA Networking – Matchmaking

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MEDICA's matchmaking offers:
• Intelligent algorithm makes contact suggestions based on your interests and product focus
• Interact via chat and virtual meeting rooms
• Efficient trade fair participation via meeting scheduling and networking even before the trade fair starts
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More information about the MEDICA Networking – Matchmaking
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Research project DAIOR: Distributed artificial intelligence for the OR

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DIGITAL HEALTH

A research team of scientists has jointly launched the DAIOR project ("Distributed Artificial Intelligence for the Operating Room"). Within the framework of the project, the project partners are working on realizing the operating room (OR) of the future with help of artificial intelligence (AI) and robot assisted telemedicine.
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Wearable sensor for continuous analysis of sweat

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DIGITAL HEALTH

Continuous monitoring of sweat can reveal valuable information about human health, such as the body’s glucose levels. However, wearable sensors previously developed for this purpose have been lacking, unable to withstand the rigors or achieve the specificity needed for continuous monitoring, according to Penn State researchers.
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Laser and OCT to facilitate spinal canal stenosis surgery

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MED TECH & DEVICES

Researchers at the Laser Zentrum Hannover e.V. (LZH) aim to simplify the surgery for spinal canal stenosis.
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Menopause: leveraging organ-on-chip technology for new insights

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LAB & DIAGNOSTICS

Addressing the impact of female menopause on dynamic resilience and exploring preventive and therapeutic strategies is the aim of an international and interdisciplinary research group led by Prof. Dr. Peter Loskill from the NMI Natural and Medical Sciences Institute and the Eberhard Karls University of Tübingen.
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Heart failure: new approaches for treatment shortly before or after birth

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LAB & DIAGNOSTICS

Researchers at MHH want to study the altered lipid metabolism in patients with pregnancy cardiomyopathy (PPCM) and find new biomarkers for diagnosis and therapy.
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Sensor and software to promote office staff’s physical activity

News

PHYSIO TECH

TU Dresden researchers have analyzed the mechanics of office chairs and developed a sensor that, in combination with a dedicated software, can in the future help employees move more and more consciously during office work.
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- Werbung -
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Let’s meet at MEDICA 2023! Find out about great innovations from Germany’s HealthCapital region! Booth K22, hall 15.
Berlin Partner for Business and Technology GmbH at MEDICA

LAB & DIAGNOSTICS, Company News

EIB agrees to €18 million loan to Estonian biotech Icosagen for innovative R&D technologies and new cGMP production facility

Icosagen Cell Factory OÜ

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The EIB and Icosagen AS have signed a €18 million agreement to support the financing of Icosagen’s production facility and further strengthen its innovative R&D technology platforms.
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