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"Digital patient" in analog healthcare

Dear Sir or Madam,

Have you ever met the "digital patient"? Probably not, because this patient will not visit the practice or hospital as a person one day. It is rather a model that describes real patients who want to use and are looking for digital offerings in the healthcare system. Find out what is part of this model and what this means for the medical market in the interview with Alexander Janßen from Flying Health.

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Timo Roth
Editorial team MEDICA-tradefair.com

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Topic of the Month: Wound treatment
Interview: The "digital patient"
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AI improves colorectal cancer screening in Lynch syndrome

Imaging and diagnostics / medical equipment and devices

Researchers at the National Center for Hereditary Tumor Diseases (NZET) at Bonn University Hospital (UKB) have now found that artificial intelligence (AI) can improve the effectiveness of colonoscopy in the presence of Lynch syndrome.
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Wound Viewer from Omnidermal: using AI to monitor wounds

Topic of the Month

Image: A portable device with a large touchscreen and green handles at both sides – the Wound Viewer from Omnidermal; Copyright: beta-web/Roth
Caring for chronic wounds is a tedious task for caregivers and physicians, as these wounds take a long time to heal and may easily worsen. They also require a lot of documentation to plan and monitor treatment. With the Wound Viewer from Omnidermal Biomedics, a device is available that supports medical staff in this task.
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Wound Viewer from Omnidermal: using AI to monitor wounds
Technology in wound care: tools for better healing
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COMPASS for highly sensitive rapid tests

Laboratory equipment and diagnostic tests

A newly developed rapid test needs only a few seconds to reliably detect pathogens such as SARS-CoV-2. It is based on specially designed magnetic nanoparticles.
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Detecting bacterial infestation fast, contactless, and free of markers

Laboratory equipment and diagnostic tests

With a multimodal microscope, the Laser Zentrum Hannover e.V. (LZH) and three partners in the joint project PriMe want to make it possible to detect bacterial infestation using fast, marker-free, and contactless imaging.
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The digital patient: The next big step for healthcare

Interview

Image: person wearing VR glasses for biofeedback training with a doctor in a treatment room; Copyright: microgen
The "digital patient" is a model that encompasses everything from patients who use VR headsets to meet with their doctor in the metaverse to those who use smart technologies to find a possible diagnosis.
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The digital patient: The next big step for healthcare
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€60 million committed to establish AI and robotics in healthcare

IT systems and IT solutions

The EU project TEF-Health aims to test and validate innovative artificial intelligence (AI) and robotics solutions for the healthcare sector and accelerate their path to market.
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Monitoring heart measures using smartwatches shows that Corona booster vaccine is safe

IT systems and IT solutions

The first study of its kind that used smartwatches to monitor the physiological data of close to 5,000 Israelis for two years found that: Monitoring heart measures using smartwatches shows that the Corona booster vaccine is safe and there is no evidence of unusual adverse events.
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Digital therapies can alleviate depressive symptoms

IT systems and IT solutions

With a shortage of therapists, help with mental health problems is being sought from digital interventions, where elements of psychological treatment are offered via computer programs or mobile applications. According to a study, smart devices can help identify people with symptoms of depression and anxiety.
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