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That was MEDICA 2019!

Dear Sir or Madam,

MEDICA always just seems to fly by. If you did not have enough time to see everything, I would recommend our review with many product highlights and exciting videos from the halls. You can also read our current Topic of the Month to learn more about AI, career chances in the laboratory industry and OCT imaging from speakers in our forums. Our latest interview is quite interesting, too: Dr. Kei Müller explains how digital twins can help treating lung diseases.

Enjoy reading,

Timo Roth
Editorial team MEDICA-tradefair.com

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Video: Robotics in rehabilitation
Video: Smart Hospital
Video: MEDICA App COMPETITION
Interview: Digital twins
Topic of the Month: Medicine 5.0
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Motors for motor skills – Robotics in rehabilitation

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Rehabilitation is hard work – for the patient as well as for the therapist. Thousands of repetitions are necessary in order for previously known movement sequences to solidify again in the brain. This requires enormous physical effort and a lot of concentration. At MEDICA 2019 we will find out to what extent robotics can help here!
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Motors for motor skills – Robotics in rehabilitation
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Smart Hospital - the hospital of the future

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Digitalization offers many opportunities for the hospital of the future. The Smart Hospital focuses on networking and short distances and stands for targeted and efficient care. At MEDICA 2019, we discover what technology can already provide today and where it is being used.
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Smart Hospital - the hospital of the future
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MEDICA App COMPETITION: clear the stage for mobile Health

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The MEDICA App COMPETITION is all about medical solutions for smartphones. The competition aims to advance the development of innovations and integrate them into the everyday lives of physicians, hospitals and patients. From more than 100 entries, an international jury selected 15 finalists to present their app-based solutions at MEDICA 2019.
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MEDICA App COMPETITION: clear the stage for mobile Health
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Medicine 5.0: machine learning algorithms in healthcare

Topic of the Month

Image: A physician is standing in front of a floating image of the brain and is touching one point; Copyright: panthermedia.net/Igor Vetushko
Artificial intelligence holds the promise of salvation when it comes to medicine: it is meant to unburden medical professionals, save time and money and perform tasks reliably and tirelessly. But before AI algorithms are allowed to diagnose diseases, many technical and ethical questions still need answers. Find out how AI and "Medicine 5.0" can transform healthcare at the MEDICA 2019 trade fair in the MEDICA ECON FORUM by TK.
Read more in our Topic of the Month:
Medicine 5.0: machine learning algorithms in healthcare
Medicine at the pulse of time: Innovations and trends at MEDICA 2019
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ARDS: Testing Consequences without Consequence

Interview

Image: Digital twin of a lung; Copyright: Ebenbuild/Jakob Richter
Acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS) is a life-threatening illness in which the lungs are severely damaged. The condition always requires intensive medical care through mechanical ventilation. But not all lungs are the same. To ensure a personalized treatment that is adapted to the individual patient’s lung volume and condition, Ebenbuild relies on digital twins.
Read the interview here:
ARDS: Testing Consequences without Consequence
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