Thursday, 11/18/2021 -- MEDICA - World Forum for Medicine

11/18/2021: MEDICA 2021 - The Final

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Cardiology in the cloud – Interview with Cardiomatics Sp. z o.o.



Visitor at MEDICA 2021

Olympic champion Heike Henkel at MEDICA 2021


Relax at the touch of a button – Interview with Magic Horizons GmbH


Improving rehab devices with experience – Interview with Enraf-Nonius B.V.


Telemedicine at MEDICA 2021 - Boom through Corona?


Clear signals in uncertain times – Zimmer MedizinSysteme GmbH


Focus on patients and caregivers – Interview Völker GmbH

Photo: disposable mechanical ventilator Life Control ReSt; Copyright: beta-web/Schlüter

The Corona pandemic is also reflected in the products of many exhibitors: Egemen International, for example, present their disposable mechanical ventilator Life Control ReSt at MEDICA 2021, which can also be used in COVID 19 emergencies. Oxygen delivery from 50 to 100 percent can be easily adjusted with just one switch.

Egemen International TMT Tibbi Medikal Malz. San. ve Tic. A.S

Hall 7 / Stand B35 – B37

Photo: colorful disposable containers on a white wall; Copyright: beta-web/Schlüter

MA-COM d.o.o. offers its customers optimal equipment for the operating room, laboratory and hospital. As safety is the most important thing in the medical field, the company ensures that its production facilities go beyond the requirements. Using the latest techniques, MA-COM d.o.o. produces high-quality devices, equipment and accessories for the medical field.

MA-COM d.o.o.

Hall 7a / Stand C05

Photo: Soap dispenser in different colors, mounted on a white wall; Copyright: beta-web/Schlüter

A clean business for 50 years: For Hagleitner Global Hygiene GmbH, the focus is on innovative hygiene solutions that also appeal through their design. The company manufactures soap and paper dispensers as well as dosing systems at its Austrian headquarters. The chemical-technical production is among the most modern in Europe.

Hagleitner Global Hygiene GmbH

Hall 5 / Stand D11

Photo: a man is sitting at the stand of Carine Europe GmbH and sews some white textiles; Copyright: beta-web/Schlüter

High quality equipment is fundamental for work in the hospital. Carine Europe GmbH offers its customers an extensive range of hospital clothing products, with different types of garments and textiles enabling the company to respond flexibly to a changing market. From the initial design to the delivery of the product – Carine Europe GmbH offers a comprehensive service.

Carine Europe GmbH

Hall 5 / Stand K11

Photo: different models of human muscles and bones; Copyright: beta-web/Schlüter

Getting to know the human being as accurately as possible – to make this possible, the Coburg Training Center produces muscle models that look deceptively real. They are used in various education and training programs and are created in close cooperation with renowned experts – thus a high scientific standard can be achieved.

Coburger Lehrmittelanstalt Inh. Hans Sommer e.K.

Hall 5 / Stand C56

Photo: Various shoes for medical professionals; Copyright: beta-web/Schlüter

Medical staff often set distance records in their daily work – between treatment rooms, laboratory departments and hospital corridors. This makes good footwear all the more important. The Polish company Eldan offers textiles for medical professionals, including a wide range of designs for comfortable and durable leather footwear.

Eldan Sp. z o.o. Sp.K.

Hall 16 / Stand B42

Photo: Centrifuge from ELEKTRO-MAG A.S; Copyright: beta-web/Schlüter

A product so new that there isn't even a product name yet, let alone a brochure or product page for it – that's what ELEKTRO-MAG S.A offers at MEDICA 2021. This centrifuge is equipped with interchangeable rotors – and also with a sensor that detects when the maximum number of rotations has been reached.


Hall 11 / Stand E25

Photo: Exoskeleton from MEBSTER s.r.o.; Copyright: beta-web/Schlüter

This exoskeleton gives back some mobility and independence to people who are paralyzed from the waist down. An additional walking aid is needed for stabilization. The exoskeleton is characterized by the fact that it is comparatively handy and light as well as foldable and thus transportable. It also has a Bluetooth connection that allows medical personnel to access and evaluate the movement data.

MEBSTER s.r.o.

Hall 15 / Stand H 32

Photo: Several colorful stones and figures as well as a model container on green artificial lawn; Copyright: beta-web/Schlüter

To all fans of Tetris: Heads up! Medical products not only need to be manufactured, sold and used, they also have to be transported. To make transportation more efficient, there is software for logistics departments that helps to optimize the utilization of loading space – to be seen at EasyCargo at MEDICA 2021.

EasyCargo – Load efficiently

Hall 15 / Stand H32

Photo: Medical thermometer in animal form from PolyGreen Germany; Copyright: beta-web/Schlüter

Temperature measurement is not always well received by children, even if it is actually harmless and pain-free. With a little story about Penguin Penny, Frog Freddie or Dolphin Diana, it is possible to overcome the resistance of these young patients. The animal-shaped medical thermometers from PolyGreen Germany are ideally suited for this purpose.

PolyGreen Germany GmbH

Hall 11 / Stand E47

Photo: Flowmeters from HERSILL, S.L.; Copyright: beta-web/Schlüter

In medicine, more than in almost any other discipline, precision matters. Flowmeters like these from Spanish manufacturer Hersill compensate for pressure fluctuations in the supply line, ensuring a steady flow of gas to the patient, precisely according to the selected volume settings.


Hall 11 / Stand D24

Photo: Demonstration of a video endoscopy; Copyright: beta-web/Schlüter

I-depth look in miniature format! At MEDICA 2021, MPI is presenting a flexible video endoscope with a lens diameter of just 2.3 millimeters. According to MPI, this device is thus unique in its tininess and helps to examine even the tiniest newborns endoscopically.

MPI Inc.

Hall 10 / Stand G22

Photo: Caducy application for contactless measurement of vital signs on a smartphone; Copyright: beta-web/Schlüter

Sit relaxed, take a selfie for 30 seconds, get results – that's how easy non-contact measurement of vital signs works with Caducy. The system from I-Virtual SAS works with a simple camera and enables real-time assessment of vital signs. Caducy can be used with any device with a camera (PC, smartphone, tablet).

I-Virtual SAS

Hall 15 / Stand E10

Photo: Bone implants from Narang Medical Ltd.; Copyright: beta-web/Schlüter

Break a leg? We would hope not. But when a fracture does happen, these orthopedic implants from Narang Medical Ltd. in India come in handy. The variety of shapes corresponds to the multitude of bones, joints and places in the human body where the implants stabilize broken parts.

Narang Medical Ltd.

Hall 10 / Stand F62

Photo: Disinfection device in the design of a ladybug; Copyright: beta-web/Schlüter

This adorable ladybug buzzes through the hallways and rooms of pediatric practices and pediatric departments in clinics. The portable air disinfector of the Nocotech series from OXY'PHARM is not only cute to look at, but also kills pathogens with biodegradable and well-tolerated disinfectants.


Hall 10 / Stand F70

Photo: Plexiglas hands with several finger pulse oximeters from Yuwell; Copyright: beta-web/Schlüter

No, these are not fashion accessories and one per person is enough. You don't need to specify a ring size for the small handy finger pulse oximeters from Yuwell in China, they still reliably measure the pulse rate and the oxygen content in the blood.


Hall 11 / Stand A42

Photo: Several wire baskets from C.B.M. S.r.l.; Copyright: beta-web/Schlüter

Where there's cutting, there's blood. That is true at least for surgery. All the more important is the careful and complete sterilization of surgical instruments. For this purpose, C.B.M. is presenting wire baskets of various sizes and formats at MEDICA 2021.

C.B.M. S.r.l.

Hall 11 / Stand A60

Photo: TUGI applicators in pink and blue lie together with syringes in a box; Copyright: beta-web/Schlüter

Confidence and safety for administering medication from pre-filled syringes: High-quality medical-grade silicone, patent-protected design, thoughtful ergonomics and a cheerful look take away stress, worry and anxiety. TUGI has a velvety feel and gives users the confidence and reassurance they need for safe medication use. The global product launch took place at MEDICA 2021.


Hall 15 / Stand H32

Photo: CuratOR LX3240-MR monitor; Copyright: beta-web/Schlüter

EIZO GmbH introduces its first 32-inch 8-megapixel medical color monitor for magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) at MEDICA 2021. The CuratOR LX3240-MR is specifically suited for operation in a medical environment and is tailored for image display near a strong magnetic field such as that of an MRI machine. The monitor can be mounted on an equipment cart or on a ceiling mount.


Hall 10/ Stand H41

Photo: Enjoyourspace / Médicascreen employee in front of a product banner; Copyright: beta-web/Schlüter

Médicascreen aims to provide both caregivers and patients with the best possible comfort in everyday hospital life, thanks to sustainable partitioning solutions adapted to the conditions of clinics. Ergonomic, hygienic and aesthetic, Médicascreen medical partitions and boxes help fight nosocomial infections and respect the dignity and well-being of the patient, while simplifying the work of professional staff.

Enjoyourspace / Médicascreen

Hall 17 / Stand B73

Photo: A medication filing system, as well as a printer for labels and a monitor next to which empty blister packs are kept; Copyright: beta-web/Schlüter

The biggest source of mistakes in pharmacies, hospitals or care centers is incorrect medication dosage. With the FARMA Z80C, this is a thing of the past. The robot from the company FARMADOSIS, S.L. produces individualized medication blisters in under one minute so that treatments adherence is ensured. This saves costs and time.


Hall 12 / Stand B20

Photo: High-tone frequency therapy unit from WeWoThom GmbH; Copyright: beta-web/Schlüter

High-tone frequency therapy against pain: For back and joint pain, muscle tension and menstrual cramps, WeWoThom MP helps to combat the pain and its causes. The miniature medical technology application can be used at work, on the go or even at night.

WeWoThom GmbH

Hall 15 / Stand H22

Photo: LED device laying together with a KATARI® brochure on a table; Copyright: beta-web/Schlüter

Light on – goodbye germs, bacteria and viruses. The KATARI® LED lamp emits ultraviolet UV-C light and thus kills pathogens including SARS-CoV2. The device was developed by simaco Elettromeccanica, based in Corte Palasio, northern Italy.

Simaco Elettromeccanica Srl

Hall 11 / Stand A41

Photo: Measurement of corneal thickness with the pachymeter; Copyright: beta-web/Schlüter

For British start-up Occuity Ltd., the eye is the window into health. With their handheld, non-contacting optical pachymeter, presented for the first time at MEDICA, corneal thickness can be measured in just a few seconds, thus facilitating a possible glaucoma diagnosis. In addition, the MM1 MultiMeter also prvides the additional sets as of a pupillometry for measuring visual acuity.

Occuity Ltd. / ABHI UK Pavillon

Hall 16 / Stand J42

Photo: SYREN Move by LINAUS SRL; Copyright: beta-web/Schlüter

Completely showered in seven minutes: SYREN Move makes it possible to shower people in need of care directly in bed. The water stream is very soft and yet highly focused, so that the punctual application can always be carried out precisely, even for individual parts of the body.


Hall 17 / Stand D18

Photo: UVD robot from Blue Ocean Robotics ApS; Copyright: beta-web/Schlüter

UVD robot against viruses and bacteria: The mobile, fully autonomous robot can disinfect not only surfaces but also the air with UVC light. This comprehensive infection control and prevention solution enables hospitals to reduce disease transmission by deactivating more than 99.99 percent of bacteria and microorganisms within about ten minutes in a patient room.

Blue Ocean Robotics ApS

Hall 11 / Stand C61

Photo: Cooling vest from INUTEQ; Copyright: beta-web/Schlüter

The cooling vests, originally developed for the Dutch team at the Tokyo Olympics, were adapted by INUTEQ International B.V with the onset of the COVID 19 pandemic and optimized for use in COVID care to help hospital staff cool down under protective clothing.

INUTEQ International B.V.

Hall 4 / Stand F59

Photo: Device from the Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft for stem cell process technology; Copyright: beta-web/Schlüter

With stem cells to new drugs? The Fraunhofer Project Center for Stem Cell Process Technology SPT is working on processes for the mass production of stem cells. Novel materials are being used to enable the cells to be produced industrially to high quality standards in the future. The aim is to develop drugs against previously incurable diseases such as Alzheimer's.

Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft zur Förderung der angewandten Forschung e.V.

Hall 3 / Stand E74

Photo: Aktiia wristband for blood pressure measurement; Copyright: beta-web/Wichtrup

Aktiia SA is the world's first company to offer continuous blood pressure measurement on the wrist. The wearable is a quantum leap in medical care, providing accurate long-term monitoring, diagnosis and treatment of hypertension in a very convenient way.

Aktiia SA

Hall 12 / Stand D21

Photo: Movesense wearable sensors; Copyright: beta-web/Schlüter

Wearable all-rounder: The open sensor development platform Movesense makes it possible to develop a wearable quickly and cost-effectively. The sensors can be used to monitor basically anything that moves - be it in the field of sports, health or research. Movesense was founded by Finnish sports watch brand Suunto.

Movesense Oy

Hall 12 / Stand D21

Photo: Device for rapid testing of multi-resistant germs; Copyright: beta-web/Schlüter

Rapid test for multidrug-resistant pathogens: For the method – developed by researchers at the Fraunhofer Institute for Physical Measurement Techniques IPM in collaboration with LMU Munich – a single DNA molecule is already sufficient for pathogen detection. Future field of application: point-of-care diagnostics in hospital wards or doctors' offices.

Fraunhofer Institute for Physical Measurement Techniques IPM / LMU Munich

hall 3 / stand E74

Photo: Digital positioning aid STX-FIX stands next to a laptop showing how it works on the monitor; Copyright: beta-web/Schlüter

High-precision radiation therapy for brain tumors: The STX-FIX digital positioning aid can be used to locate exactly where the head is in the linear accelerator. Three displays show the exact positioning so that the radiation can hit the tumor in a precisely targeted manner.

Research for the future c/o Otto-von-Guericke University Magdeburg Transfer- u. Gründerzentrum

hall 3 / stand D94

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Thursday, 11/18/2021

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