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Sports medicine: Training in times of Corona

Dear Sir or Madam,

In the course of the lockdown due to the Corona pandemic, all sports facilities were closed. Now training in the gym or club is possible again. This allows professional athletes in particular to breathe a sigh of relief. However, they now need to be tested regularly to prevent infection during training on equipment or in a team and to prevent the virus from spreading. In our interview you can find out which parameters should be monitored and what the other recommendations of the European Federation of Sports Medicine Association (EFSMA) are.

Stay fit and healthy!

Elena Blume
Editorial team MEDICA-tradefair.com

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Topic of the Month: Mobile stroke units
Interview: Return to sports amid the COVID-19 pandemic
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Mobile stroke units: improved outcomes for ischemic stroke

Topic of the Month

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If someone is having a stroke, you call an ambulance. But getting to the hospital can be time-consuming. To prevent long-term disabilities and death, patients need to be treated as quickly as possible. According to a recent study by the Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin, mobile stroke units play a key role in this setting.
Read more about our Topic of the Month
Mobile stroke units: improved outcomes for ischemic stroke
Stroke care: When every minute counts
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COVID-19 will be on the MEDICA agenda

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Due to the current COVID-19 situation the 8th MEDICA MEDICINE + SPORTS CONFERENCE dedicates the session "Sport in times of highly infectious viral diseases and environmental pollution" to this topic. The session follows up on the opening keynote by Prof. Dirk Brockmann (Humboldt University Berlin, Robert Koch Institute). He will show the results of the Corona App. Prof. Wilhelm Bloch will present the current state of research on "COVID-19 and return to sport". He will deep-dive into the guidelines of the German Society for Sports Medicine and Prevention, when and at what intensity sport is recommended after various degrees of severity of a Corona infection that has been experienced. In addition, Dr. Ulrich Jerichow will lecture on "Systems for infection protection in professional sports". The 5th session will be rounded off by a lecture by Prof. Thomas Münzel on the topic "Environmental hazards and cardiovascular diseases". He will present the results of a study whose object of investigation is sport under particulate matter exposure.

COVID-19 will be also on the agenda of the 7th MEDICA CONNECTED HEALTHCARE FORUM 2020 in hall 13 in the session "COVID19 - Redefining connected health" taking place on Wednesday, 18 November 2020.

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Tiny decoy sponges attract coronavirus away from lung cells

Laboratory Equipment, Diagnostica, Research & Technology

Imagine if scientists could stop the coronavirus infection in its tracks simply by diverting its attention away from living lung cells? A new therapeutic countermeasure, announced in a Nano Letters study by researchers from Boston University's National Emerging Infectious Diseases Laboratories (NEIDL) and the University of California San Diego, appears to do just that in experiments.
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Adhesive film turns smartwatch into biochemical health monitoring system

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

UCLA engineers have designed a thin adhesive film that could upgrade a consumer smartwatch into a powerful health-monitoring system. The system looks for chemical indicators found in sweat to give a real-time snapshot of what is happening inside the body. A study detailing the technology was published in the journal of Science Advances.
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Intelligent ultrasonic sensors for postoperative bladder monitoring

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

After surgeries on the bladder, prostate or kidneys, a permanent irrigation of the bladder is often decisive for a successful healing process. An intelligent system called "VisIMon" was designed to support this. The Fraunhofer Institute for Biomedical Engineering IBMT is developing the miniaturized ultrasound system for automated monitoring of bladder irrigation.
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App uses voice recordings to detect fluid in the lungs

Research & Technology, Information and Communication Technology

Voice analysis by a smartphone app identifies lung congestion in heart failure patients, allowing early intervention before their condition deteriorates.
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Virtual reality to help stroke patients regain lost vision

Research & Technology, Information and Communication Technology

Scientists from Rochester Institute of Technology and the University of Rochester aim to use virtual reality to help restore vision for people with stroke-induced blindness. The team of researchers led by Gabriel Diaz received a grant from the National Institutes of Health to develop a method they believe could revolutionize rehabilitation for patients with cortically induced blindness.
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3D X-ray reveals secrets from inside bones

Research & Technology, Electromedicine, Medical Technology

The human bone is a wonderful and fantastic biological material. Bone tissue is highly specialized, with a structure optimized for specific functions in the body. Healthy bones are strong, they have a high carrying capacity, and they are hard to break.
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Directly printing 3D tissues within the body

Laboratory Equipment, Diagnostica, Research & Technology

In the TV series Westworld, human body parts are built on robotic frames using 3D printers. While still far from this scenario, 3D printers are being increasingly used in medicine. For example, 3D printing can be used to produce parts of the body such as orthopedic joints and prosthetics, as well as portions of bone, skin and blood vessels.
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A Safe Return to Sports amid the COVID-19 Pandemic

Interview

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After professional sports and other sporting activities had been drastically limited to prevent Covid-19 spread, training facilities are now reopening to welcome recreational and competitive athletes. However, due to the ongoing pandemic, restrictions are still in place to lower the risk of human infection. EFSMA presents recommendations on a uniform approach to keeping athletes safe.
Read the interview here:
A Safe Return to Sports amid the COVID-19 Pandemic
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