Medicine becomes smart – and wearable! Digital technologies not only simplify communication between physician and patient, but also support the measurement of health status and the management of chronic diseases. Learn more about smart medical technology at MEDICA 2019!
You would like to get to know interesting exhibitors and exciting innovations around mHealth? Then it's definitely worth taking a look at the MEDICA 2019 catalog!
mHealth: Internet of Medical Things, connected Devices, Wearables, and Medical Apps
Hall 13, Stand 13D45
Mobile Health covers a wide range of applications – from monitoring vital parameters to communication applications and medical apps.
mHealth is implemented with connected devices, portable technologies, sensors, and apps for smartphones and other devices. If hardware and sensors are involved and they are connected to the Internet, then it is the Internet of medical things.
Experience exiting pitches and awards in the Health IT sector:
Healthcare Innovation World Cup 2019
Get to know innovative solutions of the Internet of Medical Things (IoMT)
The 11th edition of the IoT/WT Innovation World Cup®, the world’s leading competition for tech start-ups, scale-ups and SMEs has received over 500 submissions. The TOP16 Internet of Medical Things (IoMT) future players have been selected by the international jury, who will present their cutting-edge solutions at the Healthcare Innovation World Cup® Pitch & Award Ceremony on Monday, 18 November from 13 to 15 h at the stage of the MEDICA CONNECTED HEALTHCARE FORUM.
The MEDICA App COMPETITION powered by BayerG4A and Roche Diagnostics is the most prominent competition for medical techpreneurs for App-basied medical mobile solutions worldwide. The international jury has selected the TOP 15 players out of over 100 submissions to present their solutions atthe 8th MEDICA App COMPETITION Pitch & Award Ceremony on Tuesday,19 November from 13 to 15 h on stage of the MEDICA CONNECTED HEALTHCARE FORUM.
Digital blood glucose measurement via a sensor on the arm, glucose values in an app and data evaluation with the help of software: diabetes experts, product specialists at Roche Diabetes Care Germany and a patient talk about the future of diabetes treatment.
MEDICA HEALTH IT FORUM
Hall 13, Stand E82
The MEDICA HEALTH IT FORUM in hall 13, stand E82, is your platform for innovations. In top-class expert panels and deep dive sessions, first-rate speakers and protagonists of the scene will reflect on the late-breaking developments in the field of digital health solutions. To this end, you will find topic-related exhibits from universities and research institutions on the adjoining exhibition area, providing you with a comprehensive and tangible picture of the future of IT-based medicine.
Atrial fibrillation is the most common type of persistent cardiac arrhythmia. The condition is difficult to diagnose, frequently goes undetected and may result in a stroke. A new smartwatch medical app is designed to help patients detect atrial fibrillation before it's too late.
How penguins help children overcome their MRI fear
It's noisy, tight and scary - that's how children feel about an MRI examination. Researchers have now developed a VR app called Pingunauten Trainer that's designed to gently prepare the little patients for MRI scans.
New portable technologies from mHealth and telemedicine
Hall 13, Stand 13D46
MEDICA is the annual meeting place for portable technologies in the medical field and the WT | Wearable Technologies Group is represented for the 10th time as the world's leading innovation and networking platform. At the MEDICA WT | Wearable Technologies Show in Hall 13, exciting products from various medical subject areas will be presented – from a smart shoe sole for early diagnosis of diabetes to cuff-less technology for optical blood pressure monitoring to intelligent adhesive plasters. Above all, solutions for mobile monitoring of vital data are strongly represented at the international joint stand.
Wearables for chronic diseases (smart plaster for asthma, intelligent shoe sole for diabetes early detection, special solutions for Parkinson's patients)
Wearables for rehabilitation (motion analysis, intelligent plasters, portable sensors for knee and hand rehabilitation)
Mobile monitoring of vital data and patient care (heart rate, respiration, stress, oxygen saturation, fall detection, home care robotics, intelligent care patches, measurement of body core temperature)