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Testing Devices

VacuTec – VacuDAP / VacuDAP duo

HighlightsThe VacuDAP family provides a wide range of DAP and Dose measuring solutions for most of the diagnostic X-ray systems in the market.Technical specs:• Resolution DAP: 0.01 µGym2• Resolution Dose: 0.003 mGy• Interface: RS485, RS232, Bluetooth, CAN• Active area:123 × 123 mm / 147 × 147 mm

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Testing Devices

VacuTec – VacuDAP Bluetooth

Highlights• VacuDAP chamber is now available with Bluetooth technology. • Perfect suitable for DR upgrades and mobile X-ray units. • The battery ensures simplest installation ever. Technical specs: • Resolution DAP: 0.01 µGym2 • Active area: 123×123 mm/ 147×147 mm • Battery operation time: about 24 h

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Testing Devices

VacuTec – VacuDAP-C / VacuDAP-C duo

HighlightsThe VacuDAP-C systems for measurement of DAP and Dose are basically integrated in interventional devices with customized calibration settings.Technical specs• Resolution DAP: 0.01 µGym2• Resolution Dose: 0.005 mGy• Interface: RS485, RS232, Bluetooth, CAN• Active area: Ø (8 …100) mm

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Testing Devices

RTI Group – Piranha

HighlightsThe Black Piranha is RTI's premium platform for advanced, reliable QA. The Piranha Multi can be used for X-ray QA of all modalities – R/F, Dental, Mammo and CT – whereas the other four Piranhas are dedicated to one specific modality. All Piranha models are compliant with RTI's Ocean software and come with bluetooth connection. Automatic connection to various RTI…

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Testing Devices

RTI Group – Cobia

HighlightsThe RTI Cobia family offers a straightforward instrument that everyone who needs to make reliable quality control can use. All Cobias are tailored for efficiently measuring a variety of radiography and fluoroscopy parameters. All four models are wireless, have bluetooth connection and are fully compliant with RTI's Ocean software. Run your Cobia in English or choose from several…

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Ultrasound

Hitachi – Arietta Prologue

Frequency range: 1 – 18 MHzDisplay mode: 2DDisplay size: 12"Highlights• For POC use, Scan-Synch function• Compact design, high mobility, ­in-built battery for portable use• Simple and intuitive to use, tablet-style with touch screen control• Hand carry, can be used with probe tray or cart• Ethernet, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth network connections• Option of…

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Mobile X-Ray

DRgem – Jade

                                           Power: 4 kWOperation: MainsMotorized: No                                                 Highlights•…

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Accessories / Complementary Systems

PTW – NOMEX Dosemeter

Highlights• Diagnostic dosemeter, CE marked, class IIb certified, fully compliant with IEC 61674• Suitable for CTDI measurements acc. to IEC 60601-2-44 using a 100 or300 mm CT ion chamber• Data and waveform export to Excel via USB or Bluetooth• Accessories: CTDI head and / or body phantoms, CE marked, class I certified

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The benefits of making hospitals smart

The IoT mesh network

Refining hospital processes saves costs, improves workflows and patient care plus outcomes. To realise those aims, a hospital in the Netherlands has installed an Internet of Things (IoT) mesh network. A pilot project initiated by a Dutch children’s hospital has enlisted an entire ward as an Internet of Things (IoT) playground, to experiment with various type of tags, sensors and switches in a…

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ESC consensus statement

Intracoronary imaging advances

Interventional cardiologists have been aware of the value of intracoronary (IC) imaging in clinical practice for more than twenty years. However, recent developments and improvements in modalities and software have enabled huge strides in its range and scope for both diagnostic assessment and in percutaneous coronary interventions. Imaging options now include intravascular ultrasound (IVUS),…

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Internet of Things

New hearing aid for better IoT connectivity

A newly developed ultra-small circuit (IC) could pave the way for a new generation of hearing aids with advanced connectivity features. These are jointly developed by Semtech Corporation, a supplier of analog and mixed signal semiconductors and algorithms, and Sonova, a company specializing in innovative hearing care solutions. Their advanced radio system features an IC as a main component,…

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Hospital 4.0

Discreet staff, patient and asset monitoring

In future, healthcare intelligent IoT solutions for real-time and location-based management of assets, employees and patients will be integral. ‘Medicosolution is working on holistic digital concepts for the healthcare sector and offers a platform for integration for existing solutions,’ the IT firm reports. ‘All processes can be tracked in real time,’ Max Schröfelbauer, its CEO,…

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Handheld devices

The pocket-size lactate monitor

Made by EKF Diagnostics, the Lactate Scout 4 hand-held analyser is a fast, accurate sports performance monitoring device designed for use as a training companion for individuals or sports teams. This year at Medica the manufacturer is showing the new analyser plus many POC testing devices, including the recently FDA cleared DiaSpect Tm haemoglobin analyser and Quo-Lab® HbA1c analyser that was…

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POC hemoglobin analyzer

EKF introduces mobile data management solution

EKF Diagnostics, the global in vitro diagnostics company, introduces POC Connect - a data management smartphone application for its DiaSpect Tm hemoglobin analyzer. At Medica 2017 on Stand H3/C70, EKF will be highlighting how DiaSpect Tm is the only reagent-free hemoglobin analyzer with mobile connectivity. Lightweight and palm-sized, the DiaSpect Tm analyzer delivers laboratory quality…

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The all-in-one portable telemedicine station

Small, smart and mobile

‘Visiomed, a French leader in medical grade connected devices and services that advocate patient engagement as a primary component to maintaining good health, is proud to launch VisioCheck BW-XO7HD – the first scalable and connected mobile and evolving telemedicine station that weighs under 10.5 ounces,’ the company reports.

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Measurement

The 4th generation of New Spirolab

Fast and intuitive for modern professionals. Each function can be activated by a simple touch on the intuitive bar menu always present on the screen. Its patented pediatric incentive makes it suitable for children.

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Congratulation

MIR SmartOne Wins ERS 2015 POINT Award

The Smart One achieved the Product of Outstanding Interest (POINT) award for diagnostic devices at the European Respiratory Society (ERS) International congress in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

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Non-invasive

Good news for diabetics, cardiology patients and caretakers

At this year’s MEDICA, CNOGA Medical Ltd. will be introducing its new line of non-invasive, pain-free patient vital signs monitoring TensorTip™ devices, and presenting its new Singular™ platform, a secure cloud-based ecosystem infrastructure platform as well as its new mobile application for sending results to physicians, friends and caretakers. CNOGA’s easy-to-use, portable devices are…

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Hot topic II

News from Israel

CNOGA Medical Ltd. is a leading developer and manufacturer of innovative e-health ecosystems for non-invasive, pain-free bio-marker monitoring and cloud-based ecosystem technology. At MEDICA CNOGA Medical presents its new Ecosystem Infrastructure of Non-Invasive Hemodynamics, Blood parameters & Blood gases Monitoring Devices, Cloud-Based Platform and Mobile Application.

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MEDICA 2015

JADAK to introduce chart recorder and thermal printer

JADAK will launch the XE-80P, a portable, battery-powered thermal printer and chart recorder, at Medica, in Düsseldorf, Germany, Nov. 16-19, in Hall 13, Suite Room 8. The XE-80P’s unique Charge-on-Demand™ feature allows the user to choose when the printer will charge, which reserves all power for the host device’s functions during a critical event. The XE-80P is the first printer JADAK…

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IT

Smart watch promises smarter medication

While Swatch and Rolex count the hours until their smart watches overwhelm the time market, medical informatics researchers have already been working on solutions to improve healthcare. Some demonstrated their work on a medication reminder application during the Medical Informatics Europe conference in Madrid. Report: Mélisande Rouger

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A chip placed under the skin for more precise medicine

Several EPFL laboratories are working on devices allowing constant analysis over as long a period as possible. The latest development is the biosensor chip, created by researchers in the Integrated Systems Laboratory working together with the Radio Frequency Integrated Circuit Group. Sandro Carrara is unveiling it today at the International Symposium on Circuits and Systems (ISCAS) in Lisbon.

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POC I

The next generation Hemo Control

The new Hemo Control from EKF Diagnostics has the power to change the way you work. The next generation analyser provides accurate hemoglobin and hematocrit results in one simple test. Uniquely, the new hemoglobin POC analyser enables full upgrade with Data Management functionality as required, giving the user complete flexibility over their future connectivity options via its bi-directional…

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Mobile

MRI goes wireless

The current setup for MRI-guided interventions is challenging. With a physician positioned in the MRI room and an MRI operator in an adjacent room, setting scanning parameters requires communication by hand signals or via a headset that comes with inconvenient cabling.

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The first wireless ultrasound transducer

This spring, when Siemens Healthcare launched the world’s first wireless ultrasound transducer, the Erlangen-based company ushered in a development that might make mobile scanning in, say, 20 years’ time, as commonly used as mobile phones are today.

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Healthcare delivery on the move

The recent Swiss eHealth Summit, a Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS) event supported by key organisations, drew 600 leaders from hospitals, policymaking and the industry. Among the key topics: how IT enables access to information in a mobile environment, referred to by speaker Uwe Buddrus as mHealth.

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The Wearable Technologies Show

We may be able to live longer due to medical advances, but what of the ability to live independently in old age? According to DeStatis, the German Federal Statistical Office, by 2050 there will be a deficit of 260,000 caregivers – and Germany is not alone in this.

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Semiconductors

During the Forum MedTech Pharma (30 June to 1 July, Nuremberg, Germany)Texas Instruments discusses the impact of semiconductor innovation on the development of medical equipment. ‘As an integrated circuit (IC) provider we sell both analogue and digital solutions to system houses, which then integrate the product,’ explained Dr Karthik Vasanth, Medical Business Unit Product Line Manager at…

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First implantable ventricular assist device for long-term use in development

Every fourth patient suffering from an irreversible heart defect and due for a heart transplant dies while waiting for a donor organ despite the use of extracorporeal blood pumps. A new ventricular assist device (VAD), currently under development at the German Aerospace Center (DLR), promises a new approach to help these patients. The fully implantable heart support device might be an effective…

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Accurate & wireless injector technology

Launching its newest Accutron series injector, Medtron AG proudly reports that the injector's high levels of accuracy, efficacy, and safety result from fifteen years' experience in development, the intensive research of the expert team, their close follow-up of imaging modalities and, finally, their experience in addressing end-user inputs and needs.

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The world's first wireless & radio controlled injector with Bluetooth technology

Launching its newest Accutron series injector, Medtron AG proudly reports that the injector's high levels of accuracy, efficacy, and safety result from fifteen years' experience in development, the intensive research of the expert team, their close follow-up of imaging modalities and, finally, their experience in addressing end-user input and needs.

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EU project is financing the electronic nurse

Good news for overworked hospital staff: Maybe in just a few years they will be supported by little robots that could clean up the sickrooms, look for the doctor or show visitors the right way. A new EU project led by the Fraunhofer Institute for Industrial Engineering IAO should make this scenario possible.