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Faster diagnosis in emergency situations

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In an emergency, every minute counts: in order to be able to diagnose more quickly, emergency physicians are increasingly using mobile emergency equipment. This saves valuable time, because with point-of-care sonography or tests they can already make a diagnosis on the spot and accordingly act earlier. In our Topic of the month, you can find out in which situations point-of-care diagnostics are used and how they will develop in the future.

Enjoy reading!

Kyra Molinari
Editorial team MEDICA-tradefair.com

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Topic of the month: Point-of-care diagnostic
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Point-of-care diagnostic at the deployment site

Topic of the month

Image: a patient in an ambulange; Copyright: PantherMedia / Arne Trautmann
The sooner diagnosis can be made during an emergency, the faster the patient receives help. While most diagnostics still take place at the hospital, emergency physicians use more and more mobile devices directly at the deployment site. This is how they can save precious time. We take a look at some point-of-care applications in our Topic of the Month.
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Point-of-care diagnostic at the deployment site
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Smart implant – Healing fractures autonomously

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Lower leg fractures put a great strain on patients due to their long healing process. In the future, an intelligent implant could control how the bone grows together again and thus optimize the healing process. In our video, you can learn from the developers at Saarland University how this works and what role artificial intelligence plays here.
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Smart implant – Healing fractures autonomously with smart materials
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