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Telemedicine as an alternative

Dear Sir or Madam,

As in many other areas of our lives, the Corona pandemic also had an impact on communication between doctors and patients. We have a lot of catching up to do in the field of telemedicine in Germany – especially when it comes to the quality of the services on offer. Find out which projects can already close this gap in our Topic of the Month.

Stay healthy!

Anne Hofmann
Editorial team MEDICA-tradefair.com

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Topic of the Month: Telemedicine as an alternative
Review MEDICA 2021: Treating chronic pain
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Telemedicine as an alternative

Topic of the Month

Image: Young woman with a fever thermometer sits in front of her laptop and has an online conversation with her doctor; Copyright: PantherMedia/Andreiy Popov
Concrete diagnoses are the be-all and end-all in medicine. However, the Corona pandemic made the conditions for good diagnostics more difficult. Telemedicine offers an alternative - not only in times of pandemic. For this, however, it is necessary to exploit the full potential of technical possibilities. In order to offer an experience equivalent to a physical visit to the doctor, the applications must go beyond mere consultations.
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Telemedicine as an alternative: contactless and secure diagnoses
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Atrial fibrillation and dementia clearly associated

Research & Technology, Imaging and diagnostics / medical equipment and devices

For people with atrial fibrillation, one of our most common cardiac disorders, dementia risk is elevated. This is shown by a University of Gothenburg thesis based on research at population level.
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AI enables personalized treatment of myocarditis

Imaging and diagnostics / medical equipment and devices, Research & Technology

A research team from the University of Bern and Inselspital, Bern University Hospital, has received funding from the Center for Artificial Intelligence in Medicine for a research project to personalize the diagnosis and treatment of myocarditis. In the future, the use of artificial intelligence will allow personalized, individualized risk assessment and prognostication.
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Optoacoustics for high-precision neuromodulation

Imaging and diagnostics / medical equipment and devices, Research & Technology

Optoacoustic neuromodulation offers the high penetration depth of ultrasound, plus the high spatial precision of photons, enabling new horizons for neuroscience
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New computational model proposed for Alzheimer's disease

Laboratory equipment and diagnostic tests, Imaging and diagnostics / medical equipment and devices

Mayo Clinic researchers have proposed a new model for mapping the symptoms of Alzheimer's disease to brain anatomy. This model was developed by applying machine learning to patient brain imaging data.
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Mobile app reduces post-traumatic stress

IT systems and IT solutions, Research & Technology

Support offered by a phone app can relieve post-traumatic stress and depression. A new study from Uppsala University’s National Centre for Disaster Psychiatry involving 179 patients shows that a dedicated PTSD app, PTSD Coach, helps adults suffering from mental health issues after traumatic events.
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New technology could make biopsies a thing of the past

Research & Technology, Laboratory equipment and diagnostic tests

MediSCAPE, a high-speed 3D microscope designed by Columbia Engineers, can see real-time cellular detail in living tissues to guide surgery, speed up tissue analyses, and improve treatments
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In the heat of the wound

Research & Technology, Disposables and consumables

A bandage that releases medication as soon as an infection starts in a wound could treat injuries more efficiently. Empa researchers are currently working on polymer fibers that soften as soon as the environment heats up due to an infection, thereby releasing antimicrobial drugs.
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Treating chronic pain phases with an AI-powered app

Review of MEDICA 2021

Image: A man holding his back with a visualized spine; Copyright: PantherMedia/Wavebreakmedia
The treatment of chronic and acute pain phases centers on the patient’s pain profile. The treatment strategies must be flexible to facilitate customized adjustments. The AI-powered pain treatment solution by medicalmotion offers support and makes individualized exercise recommendations to manage the individual needs of pain patients with neuromusculoskeletal disorders.
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Treating chronic pain with an AI-powered app
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