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What's the news? Up to date at MEDICA 2018

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what can you do in five minutes? Saving a life, for example. Around six million die worldwide each year as a result of cardiac arrest. The Australian start-up CellAED wants to change that and is showing an innovative solution at MEDICA 2018 that could save thousands of lives in the future.

The many forums and conferences held at the world's largest medical technology center also look to the future. In the MEDIC ECON FORUM Christian Baudis focused on healthcare in the digital age and asked how much digitization will change our healthcare system in the coming years. If you missed the lecture - no problem. The futurist and digital entrepreneur spoke in advance with MEDICA.de about his views and possible developments through digitization.

Have fun exploring and have a nice week!

Your MEDICA team

PS: We will of course continue to be on site live and will keep the most exciting impressions for you in words and pictures. Stay informed on
MEDICA-tradefair.com!

image: 12 - 15 November 2018, MEDICA - World Forum for Medicine in Düsseldorf

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Video: Preview of MEDICA 2018
Interview: MEDICA ECON FORUM: "Christian Baudis"
Photo gallery: Physiotherapy and rehabilitation
Article: MEDICA START-UP PARK "Rapid Response Revival"
Video: OR equipment
Photo gallery: Point-of-care-tests and laboratory medicine
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MEDICA 2018 – where the medicine of tomorrow starts

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It is already a tradition for the trade press to get a first glimpse at the MEDICA highlights at Sunday before MEDICA. Our camera crew has already captured some exciting products that will influence the medicine of tomorrow, so you will not miss out on this.
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MEDICA 2018 – where the medicine of tomorrow starts
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MEDICA ECON FORUM: Focus on healthcare in the digital age

Interview

Image: Christian Baudis at MedICA 2018; Copyright: beta-web
How far will digitization progress in the coming years and change our healthcare system? On Monday, digital entrepreneur and futurist Christian Baudis will elaborate on this subject at the MEDICA ECON FORUM. In the run-up to the trade fair, he sat down with MEDICA-tradefair.com and shared his views on the developments in the digital age.
MEDICA ECON FORUM: Focus on healthcare in the digital age
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Classic, smart and virtual – physiotherapy and rehabilitation

Photo Gallery

Image: physiotherapy and rehabilitation at MEDICA 2018; Copyright: beta-web
From the tried and tested classic Kinesio tape to popular fascia rolls and smart virtual reality applications – at MEDICA 2018 exhibitors are presenting products from the world of physiotherapy and rehabilitation in all their diversity.
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Classic, smart and virtual – physiotherapy and rehabilitation
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CellAED: simply SNAP…PEEL…STICK and save a life

Interview

Image: CellAED at MEDICA 2018 ; Copyright: beta-web/
Without immediate cardiopulmonary resuscitation steps and an electric shock from a defibrillator, only two to five percent of those affected survive sudden cardiac arrest. Nearly half of all people who make it to the hospital alive die despite the best efforts of the rescuers. An Australian startup at MEDICA may now have the solution to save thousands of lives each year.
Read the interview here
CellAED: simply SNAP…PEEL…STICK and save a life
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OR-equipment

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Image: Preview picture of video "OR equipment"
Germ-free, fast and precise - in order for interventions in the OR to run safely and smoothly, the rooms have to be equipped with specific operating equipment. This must not only comply with hygiene standards, but also guarantee sufficient free space and fast retrieval of patient data. We are visiting MEDICA 2018 to learn more about these innovations.
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Video: OR-equipment
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Diagnosis in rapid succession: point-of-care tests and laboratory medicine

Photo Gallery

Image: point-of-care tests and laboratory medicine at MEDICA 2018; Copyright: beta-web
At MEDICA 2018, exhibitors show a variety of point-of-care tests. From glucose and lactate tests to the determination of antibodies against influenza or cancer, patients can choose whether they want to run the tests at the doctor's office or comfortably at home.
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Diagnosis in rapid succession: point-of-care tests and laboratory medicine
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