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Versatile in-ear wearable

Dear Sir or Madam,

Lifestyle or patient care? Most wearables belong into either one or the other category, since the technical and regulatory requirements in the medical area are much higher. The in-ear sensors from cosinuss have made the leap from consumer electronics to medical technology. Learn in our interview how they can help patients.

Stay healthy!

Timo Roth
Editorial team MEDICA-tradefair.com

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Topic of the Month: Working in the BSL-4 lab
Interview: In-ear sensors
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BSL-4 laboratories: highest levels of safety and protection

Topic of the Month

Image: Researcher with gloves and protective suit is working at a microscope; Copyright: PantherMedia/EvgeniyShkolenko
Laboratories are sectioned into four biosafety levels to dictate the precautions required to isolate dangerous biological agents. The highest level of biological safety, BSL-4, is perhaps the most well-known when we think of containing pathogens and microbes. However, the fewest number of laboratories actually fall into the BSL-4 category because they must meet the strictest, most complex and subsequently most expensive requirements.
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BSL-4 laboratories: highest levels of safety and protection
The safe laboratory – protection through technology
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In-ear sensors for monitoring vital parameters

Interview

Image: Smiling man is standing in nature with one had at his ear; Copyright: panthermedia.net/cristalov
Wearables offer practical solutions for the flexible measurement of data. The sensor from cosinuss° is worn directly in the ear and offers a precise monitoring of vital parameters.
Read the interview here:
In-ear sensors for monitoring vital parameters
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Join the 9th MEDICA Start-up COMPETITION now and be part of MEDICA

Image: Wearable at the wrist of a woman, next to it the logos of MEDICA CONNECTED HEALTHCARE FORUM and MEDICA Start-up COMPETITION; Copyright: Messe Düsseldorf

From now on, start-ups with innovative solutions from the fields of health apps, diagnostics, AI in healthcare, and robotics can take part in the 9th MEDICA Start-up Competition. All finalists will win a presentation slot at the MEDICA CONNECTED HEALTHCARE FORUM in Hall 13, valuable business connections and cash prizes worth EUR 3,500.

Information about the conditions of participation, the award ceremony and last year's winners can be found here.

Submit your solution for free now!
You can find all information about MEDICA CONNECTED HEALTHCARE FORUM here
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