PR: MEDICA Tradefair

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MEDICA is the worldís largest event for the medical sector. For more than 40 years it has been firmly established on every expertís calendar.

4,500 exhibitors from more than 70 countries,
115.000 of floor space, 17 exhibitor halls, 5 exhibition areas, 5 conferences, 6 forums - and one visitor at the center of attention: You!

Date:

12 - 15 November 2014

Opening hours:

Wednesday to Friday: 10 a.m. - 6:30 p.m.

Saturday: 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.

In addition to the professional trade fair our "MEDICA Conferences and Forums" have become an integral part of the trade fair: the re-structured MEDICA EDUCATION CONFERENCE (the largest interdisciplinary forum of Germany), the German Hospital Conference (the leading communication platform for decision-makers in German hospitals), the EUROPEAN HEALTHCARE CONFERENCE (EHC) as wel as the new MEDICA SPORTS & MEDICINE CONFERENCE and the 1st International Conference on Disaster and Military Medicine (DiMiMED).

Five forums and several special shows on varied medical-technological topics are concisely presented in the halls as an attractive complement to the trade fair.

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Whether in the office, at school or behind the wheel: we spend a lot of time sitting and often stay in the same position for too long. The possible side effects are stiffness, back problems and pain. The SensA-Chair smart seating solution combats decreased mobility  more...

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Parkinson's disease is a progressive nervous system disorder that primarily affects movement of patients and makes their everyday lives very challenging. It also makes regular doctor appointments and treatment sessions necessary. "TelePark" - a project that collects  more...

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There are 425 million people with diabetes in the world. Heart problems, kidney failure or blindness - these can all be consequences of the metabolic disease. In order to avoid damage to organs or body parts, it is important to recognize them early and treat them  more...

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Continuous monitoring is an essential process with every disease. In the case of eye disorders, frequent retina measurements can facilitate early detection of deterioration to quickly initiate intervention. This calls for comprehensive care settings, easy ways to  more...

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Every year between 250.000 and 500.000 people suffer a spinal cord injury, MoreGrasp is intended to make their lives easier. The project aims to restore the lost gripping function in people with high paraplegia. Researchers at Graz University of Technology have  more...

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Not enough exercise, an unhealthy diet: Kidney stones develop when urine contains too many insoluble compounds and are now one of the most common diseases worldwide. The ailment annually affects 1.2 million people in Germany alone. The stones are broken up and  more...

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