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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

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

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

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

13th Healthcare Innovation World Cup

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German Sports University Cologne

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Simple and cheap urine test can detect urothelial cancers in Lynch Syndrome patients
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Doctors can use CT scans with less radiation to diagnose appendicitis
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Progress in the imaging of metabolic processes
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Diabetes retinal screening through deep learning
Diabetic retinopathy (DR), a complication of the retina brought about by diabetes, is one of the most frequent reasons for vision loss in European adults between 25 and 60 years of age. When detected early, treatment can effectively reduce or prevent vision loss. To date however, national screening programs have been available in only a few countries and even then, they are costly.
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Development of artificial intelligence technology for producing CT images based on MRI
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Supercomputers joined the fight against antibiotic resistance
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AI: better prognoses, but more validation work is needed
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A new pandemic simulator helps predict the evolution of pandemics
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AI: New insights into kidney disease with tropical frog models
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