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How sensors improve safety in care

Dear Sir or Madam,

Nowadays, a lot of people talk about the future of care. There will be a lot more people who need professional care in future, but we are lacking qualified staff already today. So, who is going to do this work? Part of the answer are small sensors that relieve staff and recognize dangerous situations like falls. See in our current video how Ambient Assisted Living already works in a shared community for people with dementia today.

Enjoy watching!

Timo Roth
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Topic of the Month: Building block for regenerative medicine
Interview: Archivar 4.0
Video: JUTTA supports caregivers
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rhCollagen: genetically engineered building block for regenerative medicine

Topic of the Month

Image: A half-transparent red piece of tissue in a glass filled with a yellow fluid; Copyright: United Therapeutics
Collagen is the stuff that holds our bodies together and that houses our cells. In regenerative medicine, it is also the stuff that can be applied to wounds to support healing. However, collagen from animal or human sources has some drawbacks for today’s medicine. This is where rhCollagen from the Israeli company CollPlant comes into play.
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rhCollagen: genetically engineered building block for regenerative medicine
Regenerative medicine: helps the body healing
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App for a smart pregnancy

Economy & Markets, Information and Communication Technology

Wouldn’t it be handy if you were able to record your baby’s heartbeat or even take an ultrasound scan just using a smartphone app at home? Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg (FAU) and Universitätsklinikum Erlangen (UKER) are investigating what would be needed in order to offer a service like this to expectant parents.
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Portable MRIs bring diagnostics to stroke patients

Economy & Markets, Electromedicine, Medical Technology

A portable, low-field Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) system may become a safe and practical way to get accurate brain images at a patient's bedside, according to preliminary research to be presented at the American Stroke Association's International Stroke Conference 2020, a world premier meeting for researchers and clinicians dedicated to the science of stroke and brain health.
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Sensors for safety – JUTTA supports caregivers

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Caregivers are unable to provide around-the-clock care and supervision. That's where JUTTA, the sensor-based technical support system comes in! It stands for Just-in-Time-Assistance. The system is used in the Dementia Shared Living Community Neukirchen-Vluyn. Sensors detect the motions of people in need of care in their living environment and – thanks to connectivity – provide valuable information to caregivers.
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Sensors for safety – JUTTA supports caregivers
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AI tool to extract cancer data in record time

Laboratory Equipment, Diagnostica, Research & Technology, Information and Communication Technology

Cancer is a public health crisis that afflicts nearly one in two people during their lifetime. Cancer is also an oppressively complex disease. Hundreds of cancer types affecting more than 70 organs have been recorded in the nation's cancer registries - databases of information about individual cancer cases that provide vital statistics to doctors, researchers, and policymakers.
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Smartphones prove reliable for acute ischemic stroke decision

Research & Technology, Information and Communication Technology, Electromedicine, Medical Technology

Mobile devices proved both reliable and accurate for the clinical decision to administer IV thrombolysis in patients with acute stroke, according to an ahead-of-print article in the April issue of the American Journal of Roentgenology (AJR).
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Digital Archiving of Health Records with Archivar 4.0

Interview

Image: documents from registers are turned into digital data; Copyright: panthermedia.net/andreus
Digital transformation also impacts the way hospitals archive medical data. Medical file cabinets no longer fill entire rooms, making it challenging to locate a specific patient file. These days, healthcare facilities use modern interoperable patient data archiving solutions instead. Archivar 4.0 offers an intelligent system for medical record storage.
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Digital Archiving of Health Records with Archivar 4.0
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