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Painless physiotherapy with cold therapy

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Many patients undergo rehabilitation with physiotherapy after an operation. However, patients can still suffer from severe pain, especially at the beginning, which can also affect their movements during physiotherapy. Find out in our interview how cold therapy can be used as a pre-treatment to alleviate the pain and improve the success of the therapy afterwards.

Happy holidays and a good start into next year!

Melanie Prüser
Editorial team MEDICA-tradefair.com

PS: PS: There is still a lot going on in the field of surgery at the end of the year: the DAIOR research project is working on the evaluation of surgical data from multimodal sources using artificial intelligence (AI).

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Interview: Cold therapy: a key to painless physiotherapy
Interview: DAIOR research project: Distributed AI improves telesurgery
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Cold therapy: a key to painless physiotherapy

Interview – PHYSIO TECH

Image: Cryo7 device for cold therapy in physiotherapy; Copyright: Zimmer MedizinSysteme GmbH
After an operation, many patients undergo rehabilitation with physiotherapy. However, they often suffer from severe pain, especially at the beginning, which can also impair movement sequences during physiotherapy. Cold therapy as a pre-treatment can alleviate the pain and improve the success of the therapy afterwards.
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Cold therapy: a key to painless physiotherapy
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MED TECH & DEVICES

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Advanced MRI technology detects changes in the brain after COVID-19

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MED TECH & DEVICES

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DAIOR research project: Distributed AI improves telesurgery

Interview – DIGITAL HEALTH

Image: Representation of an experimental hybrid OR at Fraunhofer IPA in Mannheim; Copyright: Fraunhofer IPA
In the DAIOR research project, doctors and technicians are working on the evaluation of surgical data from multimodal sources using artificial intelligence (AI). One of the project goals is to support robot-assisted telesurgery in real time.
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DAIOR research project: Distributed AI improves telesurgery
Read all content from the experience world DIGITAL HEALTH in the MEDICA Magazine here
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LAB & DIAGNOSTICS

Associate Professor Dr Jonas Schupp receives funding for his research into chronic lung diseases.
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Hand prostheses: Artificial intelligence makes gripping more intuitive

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PHYSIO TECH

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